That is a security hole cause anyone that does a ps -aux can see the
username and password .. its better to refer to a file for the
ie from a fictional fstab file .....
//windozebox/big_disk_1 /mnt/big_disk_1 smbfs
credentials=/etc/samba/auth.windozebox.Administrator 0 0
and from the fictional credentials file .....
username = Administrator
domain = MYDOMAIN
password = asecret
>> On Wednesday 18 December 2002 16:20, Brian O'Donoghue wrote:
> > > that maps to the command:
> > > mount -t smbfs -o fmask=666,guest //server/share /home/share
> > shouldn't you have a username=whaterver,password=whateverelse in that
> > mount command?
> > mount -t smbfs -o username=something,password=whaterver
> > //somecomputer/sharename /mnt/somwehre
> > bod
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