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Re: Where is it mounted?



On Tuesday 02 May 2006 10:55, WipeOut wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Priors to FC5 I mounted my Samba shares using the fstab file.. Now on my
> new FC5 install I have used the "Places" menu, using "Network Servers"
> and "Connect to Server" options..
>
> So far its all been great..
>
> Today I needed to use GFTP to connect to a server and upload some files
> that are stored on my Samba server..
>
> Before I would find the mount points under /mnt (where I set them to be)..
>
> Where are they now?
>
> I can't seem to find where the Samba shares are mounted into the local
> file system..
>
> Anyone have any pointers?
>
> Thanks..

Take a look into "man mount.cifs".  That's the direction things have changed 
as shown here:  
      mount -t cifs //WIN2K/tom-d /win2k-d -o user=????password=??????
where //WIN2K is the windows "server" you're trying to access and /win2k is a 
directory you create for a mount point.

HTH
Tom
                                   
-- 
Tom Taylor
Linux user #263467
Federal Way, WA








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