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I have cifs mounts defined in /etc/fstab that use a credentials file, I have been using this with smbfs on older distros and it all works fine so I simply ...
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- 01-17-2008 #1
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- Jan 2008
Password problem with cifs
Nope - error 13: permission denied.
After trawling the net I removed the spaces from my credentials file, still no joy. I have been fighting with it for hours and finally found the problem - the password contains characters that it doesn't like... );/? etc
If I change the user credentials to one with a nice normal password it all works fine. Unfortunately, changing the password or using a different account isn't really an option (for reasons which I won't bore you all with) so does anyone know of a way to make it work with the current password?
(It's definitely the password that is the problem, not the permissions on the account)