mount //server/share /mnt/mountpoint -t smbfs -o
smbmount (called by mount to do this) does not like being suid root, but can
only mount shares as root unless they're specified on the fstab
> -----Original Message-----
> "Leccardi, Diego" <Diego.Leccardi at hp.com> writes:
>> > could be this the right command?
> > smbmount //server/sharename /mnt/sharename -I 192.168.100.100 -U name -P
> > name
>> Afraid not. My version of smbmount only takes "-o option=value"
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