As tile. In the opposite situation. I know to use samba. But what if the
Solaris mounts to Windows ?
use what software to do that?
i use it here at work.
Don't know if I'm doing this wrong or not, I can't seem to find anything
already written on the subject in man pages or howtos...
I'm want to mount a shared folder from a windows 98 machine on my RedHat 6.2
system, but it just isn't working. I installed samba (not sure if that
should make any difference or not) and waded through the smb.conf file about
20 times only to have the linux box show up in "Network Neighborhood" from
all windows machines but I am unable to browse folders--it says "Enter
password for service IPC$" and then no user password will work and I cannot
browse shared folders on the machine. However, if I try from a Windows 2000
machine I can browse folders but not write to them, even though I specified
writeable=yes in smb.conf.
Furthermore, I can browse all windows machines' shared folders from the
linux machine, but when I tried to mount a shared windows folder on the
linux machine with the command "mount -t nfs -o hard,nolock
192.168.10.1:/mp3 /mp3" with or without options it says "mount: RPC: Unable
to receive; errno = Connection refused" every time.Is there something I'm
missing in Samba, or in my windows shares, or maybe I'm using the mount
command improperly...? What a mess! Please help if you know what the