jamiebohr at gmail.com
Wed Nov 8 19:27:06 UTC 2006
auto.smb is a script not a regular auto mounter file. It kind of works like
the auto.net but for SMB services.
On 11/8/06, A Yagi <ayagi at scripps.edu> wrote:
> Jamie Bohr wrote:
> > I am looking for document ion on how to use auto.smb. I turned it on
> > through the auto mounter and was able to see remote shares, just not
> > access them. I can do "ls /smb/nas" and get a list of shares. However
> > I can not access those shares. I have read the man page for
> > mount.cifs. It says to set environment variable called USER and
> > PASSWD. I have set both. I am able to mount via mount -t cifs ... Is
> > there something I am missing? I have googled this and am having a hard
> > time finding information on it. The idea is mount the CIFS share as the
> > user who tried to access it. It would nice if it works more like NFS in
> > that UIDs would get mapped correctly.
> > Maybe after I get this working I will change auto.smb to mount shares to
> > /smb/<hostname>/<user name> for many people can mount the same share but
> > with their credentials.
> > --
> > Jamie Bohr
> Suppose you are trying to mount //winbox/sharename, add this line (note
> it is one line) to the autofs map file.
> winbox -fstype=cifs,rw,noperm,user=zzzzz,pass=xxxxxx,workgroup=yyyy
> This setup has been working for a long time. However, one of our Fedora
> Core machines started having a system crash problem as soon as the
> kernel was updated to 2.6.18. Thinking it was a kernel-related issue, I
> submitted a bug to RedHat but Dave Jones stated it was a bug in nvidia.
> I then reported to nvidia forum but this went unanswered. Finally, I
> sent a bug report to the samba/cifs bugzilla because the system does not
> crash as far as I do not do any cifs mount. Steve French pickup up my
> bug report and is looking at it now.
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