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HowTo command line mount a Samba share?
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PostPosted: Tue 14 Jun 2005, 20:04    Post subject:  HowTo command line mount a Samba share?  

I'm trying to get Puppy to lanboot from a Samba share.
I tried NFS but Ian said Puppy's not NFS ready.

LinNeighborhood can mount the share & I can browse it.
If I could just see the command line that LinNeighborhood's using.

I've tried MANY different mount commands with different options.
All report: invalid argument.
EXAMPLE:
mount -t smbfs -r -o 192.168.0.1 //router/tftpboot/puppy/crams /mnt/data

I need to be able to command line mount the share, because the
Usr_Cram.fs file is on it, & I need to mount it in the sysinit script
after I bring eth0 up, & Samba networking's started & working.
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