On Tue, 31 Oct 2006 13:40:15 +0000, fuzzix <fuzzix at gmail.com> wrote:
> Proinnsias Breathnach wrote:
>> Nope ... pure and simple - you mount a share. It'd be easier to
>> define a new share from the subdirectory you really want ..
>> Oh, if only it were that simple. I don't have physical access to the box
> the share is on.
>> I did try some fuse-based SMB mounters that actually use smbclient but
> they seem to be more of a Network Neighbourhood style access... Doesn't
> seem to be a way to mount a specific share and supply credentials for it
> - there's no drop in replacement for mount.cifs that uses smbclient.
> Oh well.
You could play with mount --bind (man mount)
It's not exactly what you are looking for, but should give you what you
are looking for.
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