El 24/10/17 a las 5:28, Robert McBroom escribió:
On 10/23/2017 05:29 PM, José María Terry Jiménez wrote:
> Try adding vers=1.0 or vers=2.0 (the higher that works) to your options.
> This way:
> mount -t cifs '//192.168.1.66/External Storage' /mnt/external -o
Thanks José the fix works, found Torvald's disparaging remarks on
legacy systems. Getting to be a major problem with firmware and
vendors promises of support a vapor that vanishes far sooner than the
systems they've sold. The IOT builds problems into everything from
light-bulbs to refrigerators with the product lifetime much longer
than the vendor attention span. Seagate and HP are ones that have
particularly offended me. Enough ranting.
Note that in older Samba servers, it may help add also the sec=ntlm
option with 1.0 version, this way:
Note this is completly insecure, but some servers need it. I found it
useful when connecting to an old SCO Unix OSE 5.0 with (its) oooold
SAMBA (from Skunkware).