Mount and umount commands for the smbfs and kernels > 2.1.70.
Smbfs is a filesystem which understands the SMB protocol.
This is the protocol Windows for Workgroups, Windows NT or
Lan Manager use to talk to each other. It was inspired by
samba, the program by Andrew Tridgell that turns any unix
site into a file server for DOS or Windows clients.
This smbmount utilities will only work with kernels > 2.1.70.
smbfsx for DEBIAN
These are the userland utilities needed to mount SMB file systems with
kernels > 2.1.70.
These utilities are part of the Samba package starting at Samba
1.9.18 so the source for building this package is the Samba sources.
Now, the Samba sources provided a multi-binary package that contains
package samba and this package (smbfsx).
If you want to use smbfs
smbmnt - mount smb file system
smbmnt mount-point [ -u uid ] [ -g gid ] [ -f file mode ] [
-d dir mode ]
smbmnt is a helper application used by the smbmount(8) pro‐
gram to do the actual mounting. smbmnt is meant to be
installed setuid root so
smbmount - mount smb file system
smbmount [ options ]
smbmount is a stripped-down version of the smbclient(1) pro‐
gram used to mount smbfs shares. It implements only the mount
command, which then calls the smbmnt(8) program to do the
smbumount - umou
This is the Debian Linux prepackaged version of the smbfs utilities
for kernels > 2.1.70.
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