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Re: question regarding mount.cifs, samba, kernel 2.6.3



Harry Putnam wrote:

Are you guys aboe to write to the mounted share?

I'm able to mount the share but not write to it:

My command:
(wrapped for mail)
mount -t cifs -ousername=Administrator,password="" \
 //exp-xp/J-ahn-d /mnt/J-ahn-d

Mount shows it mounted [...] /dev/hdb3 on /arch type ext3 (rw)
/dev/hdb10 on /var/www type ext3 (rw)
//exp-xp/J-ahn-d on /mnt/J-ahn-d type cifs (0)


But no write:

cd /mnt/J-ahn-d
(I can see the files with ls but:)
[root] # touch it touch: cannot touch `it': Permission denied
[reader.local.net0]/mnt/J-ahn-d



windows nt/w2k/xp/2003 ? you have to check your share *and* your ntfs-permisssions


# mount -t cifs -ousername=admin //192.168.101.10/doku /mnt/smb/ Password: # mount -t cifs -ousername=admin //192.168.101.10/daten /mnt/cifs/ Password: # cd /mnt/ # touch smb/test1 # touch cifs/test1 # rm smb/test1 rm: reguläre leere Datei »smb/test1« entfernen? j # rm cifs/test1 rm: reguläre leere Datei »cifs/test1« entfernen? j

I'm curious if you guys see that `(0)' as above in mount output?


# mount | grep 192 //192.168.101.10/doku on /mnt/smb/ type cifs (0) //192.168.101.10/daten on /mnt/cifs/ type cifs (0)

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shrek-m




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