I've got the following line in my fstab:
This is to mount a W2K3 server share. This is on a laptop so I'm not always connected to that network, thus the 'noauto' (use of 'auto' would probably obviate this issue).Code:
//bullwinkle/scolgan /home/sean/CSMEG_scolgan cifs noauto,user,sync,username=scolgan%<my_password>,uid=sean,gid=users,file_mod=0755,dir_mode=0755 0 0
I've also included the 'user' option. This is supposed to let me mount this share as a user correct? For some reason this is not the case. I must su- root first.
This is the error I get as a user:
My guess is that this is because 'user' is also an option for mount.cifs and it's somehow being applied to that instead. I'm using the 'username' option for cifs to try to resolve this but, as you can see, no love.Code:
sean@Iago:~> mount /home/sean/CSMEG_scolgan/
mount error 1 = Operation not permitted
Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g.man mount.cifs)
Anyone have any thoughts on this?