Networked Folder Permissions

Jwp live4bacon at
Fri Feb 27 23:53:26 UTC 2004

I can't seem to figure out how to mount a network directory to make it
writeable by any user on the linux box.  I can mount the directory no
problem, however only  ROOT has write access  (I can chown chmod I guess but
I am sure you all know of a better way, thanks)


Some details:


drwxr-xr-x root root /mnt/marco    (the mount point)


# mount -t smbfs -o username=uname password=pword //Marco/TEST /mnt/marco  


I assume that the username /password apply if the XP box requires it?  


Basically I want to mount the TEST to be writeable by any of my Linux user





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