C Hennessy wrote:
>> "Jason A. Corcoran" wrote:
> > I have installed linux on my work machine, but I need to be able to browse some NT machine hard drives.
>> Yes : try the command ( as root )
> mount -t smbfs //NT-MACHINE/SHARE -o username=YOU,password=YOUR_PASSWORD,uid=YOUR_UID /mnt/NT-MACHINE/SHARE
>> Filling the the obvious for what you need.
This will only work if you have the relevant kernel filesystem modules compiled in.
Once that's done, however, it's a lot more simple and powerful than smbclient.
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