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Hello I have litte LAN at home 3 computers.My gateway is on Linux OS ( Red Hat ) I running samba ( smbd....) service, but i dont now how to ...
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    samba mount?


    Hello

    I have litte LAN at home 3 computers.My gateway is on Linux OS ( Red Hat ) I running samba ( smbd....) service, but i dont now how to mount on my NTFS disk in other computer? ( Others computer name is : FAMILY and i have shared all second disk (Other E. So.. how to mount from my Linux box into FAMILYs E:disk?

    Thanks

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    Linux-2-Windows

    mbclient //192.168.254.2/dir -U windows username

    to see if you can login and then mount the partition with:

    smbmount //client IP/dir /mnt/mountdir -o username=windows username


    the dir doesn't have to be there ... hope it helped ...

    P.S. you could put it in a shellscript or something ...

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    You might be able to put that in fstab so it mounts at boot. I have not tried that yet though.

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    you could always make a shell script and add it to the rc.local file
    in the /etc/rc.d/

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