> > In my linux debian I type this
> > mount -t smbfs //PC/Documents /mnt/documents
> Make sure you type this as a root.
> > Then it asks me a password!!
> > after I type the password of the root it gives me an error!!
> > What is this password??
> > With Windows xp I don't need a password to connect!!
> It's the password of that windows box.
> # mount -t smbfs //PC/Documents /mnt/documents -o username=<a user on
> box>,password=<passwd for that user - windows box, mind you>
With other windows machines, I can map the shared files without users or
Thank you for trying to help me!!!!Quote:> For example, on our lan, I've got a machine running Windows XP. Now, I can
> the entire D drive onto my linux box like this
> # smbmount //172.16.5.56/d$ /mnt/movies -o username=administrator
> Password:<enter administrator's password here>
> and bingo, it should be mounted.
> Hope this helps.
I am sorry but even so, it still gives me the same problem!!
Server:/# mount -t smbfs -o username=Jinke //192.168.99.100/g$ /beneden
331: session request to 192.168.99.100 failed (Called name not present)
331: session request to 192 failed (Called name not present)
331: tree connect failed: ERRDOS - ERRnosuchshare (You specified an invalid
SMB connection failed
I still get this problem, I don't know why!!
CAN SOMEONE HELP ME??