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Re: Windows shares on F7



On Monday 02 July 2007 10:02:50 Weiner, Michael wrote:
> Fellow list readers -
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> I am running F7 on an x86_64 box, and have an application (Pro/E) that i
> am using for some design work. My work group has a windows share that i
> need to save my work to, and was wondering what the easiest method is to
> make a samba share show up in the linux filesystem so that it will show
> up in the application?
>
> Any ideas would be appreciated
> Michael
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It's been awhile since I've done anything like this, but I seem to remember 
using smbmount:

NAME

       smbmount - mount an smbfs filesystem



SYNOPSIS

       smbmount {service} {mount-point} [-o options]






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