Mounting SMB shares...
09/01/2019 15:30
Noob here...

Just installed SUSE 10.1 x86_64. I had no problem getting the nVidia driversinstalled, and overall the system seems to be working well.

One thing I can't figure out is how to mount the several shares I have on acouple of SMB servers (WinXP and a NAT drive).

For example (excuse the Windowology...) //nat/drive2/archive - How to mount to /archive ?//nat/drive1/downloads - How to mount to /downloads ?//mce/media/music - How to mount to /music ? Any help is appreciated!

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09/01/2019 15:30 - In article <pan.2006.06.30.05.01.53.963372@me.here>, What happens when you try?

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09/01/2019 15:30 - Ya... I figured that out before posting. :) This I knew. What I'd like is simply a /music folder in root... (or usr, or all users home directory, or wherever the logical location would be for user data) ...also want it mounted automagically at boot.

Thanks!

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09/01/2019 15:30 - I should add that although I can browse the SMB shares and copy files fromthe share to my home directory, I can't play MP3 files from the SMB shareusing Amarok. (So far the only player & filetype I've tried).


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09/01/2019 15:30 - On Fri, 30 Jun 2006 01:10:44 GMT, Noozer took a five minute break fromflipping burgers at the local fast food joint and scribbled on anetch-a-sketch: Some dweeb here will tell you to type man smb.

That will get you nowhere.

If the shares are not in a domain, simply type: smb:mcemediamusic That should work for you. If you need authentication, you add the userbefore an @ sign.

smb:JoeCool@mcemediamusic

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