On Mon, Nov 20, 2000 at 09:28:23PM +0000 or thereabouts, Niall O Broin wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 20, 2000 at 11:42:17AM -0500, odonovan_peter1 at emc.com wrote:
>> > I'm trying to mount an NTFS share onto a Linux mount point.
> > Now I can do it manually with
> > mount -t smbfs -o username=whoever , password=whatever //pc name/sharename
> > /mount pt
> > Now I wonder can I do this permanently via something like fstab on the Linux
> > client.?
>> Something very like fstab - fstab :-) Just put in a line like this
>> //pc_name/sharename /mount_pt smbfs username=whoever,password=whatever
>>Unless of course, you want to mount it on a per user basis with a different
NT user each time. In this case, you need to mount it on a different mount
point each time or remount it as the new user. I can't even get a share to
mount unless I'm root even after suid'ing mount, smbmount, smbmnt etc!
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