CIFS is a virtual file system in use by samba, and Windows servers to share files between different system.

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Mount a folder from server in network on mn the local machine permanently

I have a remote server which is connected to my wi-fi modem. So I can access this server by 192.158.188.45 I want to mount a folder from this server on my local machine permanently. I wrote ...
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/etc/mtab is bad when mounting a cifs share

On a Linux system, I used the following command to mount a Windows Share folder: mount.cifs -o user=xxxx,pass=xxxx '//host/folder' /mnt Above command finished without giving any errors or ...
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caja is not mounting smb shares

Recently, caja refuses to "mount" smb locations for which it previously gave no complaint. Usually, I would access various share points using caja by typing smb://<server>/<share_name> in ...
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Using cups to print to windows domain with password in a separate file

Every guide I've seen so far that explains how to print to a Windows print server from CUPS, indicates to put the username and password, in plain text, in the Device URI either in the web interface ...
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Powercuts and network mounts!

I have a 2 TB hardisk connected to my router which is network mounted through fstab onto my Arch Linux PC. #External Drive LABEL=Crate //IPaddress/Crate /media/Crate cifs ...
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Mounting CIFS drive between two Linuxes and .smbcredentials: using one user works, another gets “Permission denied”

System A is a Raspberry Pi, named "qfuel-dev". System B is some Debian box locked in a closet named "QQ-GIT". I have created a share on the Raspberry Pi by editing /etc/samba/smb.conf and added the ...
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Unable to mount using mount.cifs command

I am trying to mount using: mount.cifs //ad.xxx.py/home/yyyyy /mnt/adhome –o user=yyy after entering the password I get: mount error(13): Permission denied Refer to the mount.cifs(8) ...
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Where would be the best location to mount a distributed filesystem? [closed]

We are looking at mounting a distributed file system on our RHEL machines and we think that the best location to mount the share is at /var/dfs. Where would the best location be to mount this share?
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mounting network drive in /etc/fstab

The following command correctly mounts a network drive for me: sudo mount 192.168.0.15:/drive /media/data Yet the following entry in /etc/fstab does not work. Why? //192.168.0.15/drive ...
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Can't write file (but folder ok) in network folder

I am using a Raspberry Pi 2 and I want to access to a shared folder (An hard drive plugged into my VirginBox, my internet access provider box). I can access and write on it has I want from a Windows ...
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RH : Unable to change permissions on a mounted FS

I've got a mounted CIFS share on a Red Hat folder where I can't change the permissions. I have some others shares where everything is working fine but for this one, I can't change the permissions. ...
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problem during rsync backup to a ntfs network share

I'm running a machine with Linux 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt20-1+deb8u3 (2016-01-17) i686 GNU/Linux, during a rsync backup to a ntfs network share (succesfully mounted with: mount -t ...
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NAS attached with fstab

I have successfully mounted my NAS automatically at boot using fstab, however I am noticing that if I modify the files on the NAS from another machine(windows), the linux machine network mounts do not ...
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Auto mounting network share which is temporary offline

following problem: I have a server which needs to mount a windows network share in order to copy a file on it. So I added the share in the fstab so that it will be mounted on startup. ...
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AutoMount A Windows CIFS Share to CentOS 7 Using Active Directory In A Single SignOn Scenario

I have a CentOS 7 machine I setup which is integrated into a Windows 2k8r2 Active Directory domain using SSSD and RealmD. I am using AD Security Groups to restrict domain user access to the Cent ...
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Problem mounting CIFS VFS via fstab at boot

I'm running Raspbian Jessie on a freshly installed Raspberry Pi Model B+. I used apt-get update and apt-get upgrade some hours ago, the system should be up to date. I'm trying to mount a USB disk ...
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Cannot unmount cifs share

/etc/fstab //192.168.1.40/shared /home/user/Shared cifs rw,_netdev,user,noauto,credentials=/home/user/.credentials 0 0 //192.168.1.40/backup/user /home/user/Backup ...
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get target file size by symlink on cifs share

in shared directory f:/dir on Win2008 absolute symlink created with mklink f:/dir/symlink2file f:/dir/file This share then mounted in Debian with mount -t cifs -o ...
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Mount CIFS shares as non-root on RHEL7 w/o desktop

We have a Windows (AD) domain which a RHEL/CentOS 7 server has joined (SSSD / realmd). The users log into the server via SSH with their AD credentials. Now the users should be able to mount some of ...
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cifs-mount with multiple shared folders on windows server

I'm having a windows server winserv with several shared folders share1, share2, etc. and would like to cifs-mount them all in the terminal by just addressing the server and not each shared folder ...
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Corrupted text file readed from Windows Share from debian

I have an issue with a file shared by Windows. My configuration contains two servers, one on Windows 7 professional and another on Debian Squeeze. The Windows server generates a log file. This log ...
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OpenIndiana permissions change

I have a vm ubuntu (called hipster) to run apache and I mount a directory from OI and I can access without any problem. I have a directory shared with SMB, an app need to get into to see and format ...
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Why is sed changing permissions of a file on a cifs mounted share?

I have an Arch linux machine that uses the following fstab entry to mount a share: //192.168.3.1/Documents /mnt/ cifs ...
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How to keep writing to CIFS from stalling for minutes on end?

When mounting a CIFS filesystem from a NetApp filer and copying files of several gigabytes to it, the copying process will frequently hang for minutes on end. The kernel writes messages to the syslog ...
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Unstable mount with CIFS and NFS

I facing difficulties to mount a remote directory on my Debian machine: I tired to use both NFS and CIFS (Samba). For both methods, I am able to mount the directory and it functions adequately for ...
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LXC mount CIFS => permision denied

I'm trying to mount a shared folder /disk from local network with cifs to folder test, but I get permission denied. I can ping 192.168.1.x. So what's the problem with LXC?
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How to install “cifs-utils” on SLES 11 SP1?

I am supposed to mount a windows share on SLES using cifs option, and use getcifsacl as well as setcifsacl to get (or set) ACL info from the mentioned windows share. The problem is, that the system ...
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CIFS more slowly on CentOS 7.1 than on CentOS 6.6

I've installed to clear system on ESXi First - CentOS 7.1 Second - CeontOS 6.7 Mount windows share with CIFS. Tried to copy share from windows to linux server. On CentOS 7.1 when i'm coping the file ...
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Need help with mount.cifs syntax for read/write mount for non-root user

When I upgraded to Ubuntu 14.04 it also upgraded cifs. In Ubuntu 12.x a network mount script I had would nicely mount a Windows network share as read/write. My attempts at updating it to work with ...
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Use CIFS share mounted in fstab for apache svn

To set up an svn repository (running on arch linux) I would like to use my NAS to store the repository. I can only mount it with CIFS (smb). At first there was an issue where the httpd user could ...
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Mount successful, Directory accessible, but cannot do Operations (cp, mkdir, etc.)

I have mounted a shared network drive. See below output of df -h command. Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda1 550G 362G 161G 70% / tmpfs ...
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CIFS mount Permission Denied

I want to preface my question saying that I am relatively weak with Linux and the command line and also StackExchange. I am trying to set-up a network drive from a different unix machine. I have ...
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CIFS Shares No Longer Automounting At Boot

I have a couple of CIFS shares that used to automount successfully (on an Arch Linux box) at boot but have recently stopped doing so. I've tried to discover why but am currently stumped so hope ...
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How to throttle system resources during transfer from btrfs on file image on cifs mount?

I have a btrfs on a sparse file image (4TB) on a cifs mount of a remote NAS (Synology DS214) with zlib compression enabled. Transferring file from and onto the btrfs causes freezes of Linux (where it ...
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404 Not Found. File exists (mounted)

First off, I will update this post with any information you may need, but since I have no idea where to begin, I will try to summarize the issue. Just ask if you want to see something. I'm having ...
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How is locally-stored data handled when mounting/re-mounting a directory in CentOS?

I have a CentOS 5.x server and I initially had it configured with a mount point. The netfs service is enabled on boot. /etc/fstab has an entry pointing to a cifs share: //foobox.example.com/share ...
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CIFS: “permission denied” but (empty) file created?

System is a Linux Mint 17. From /etc/fstab: //fileserver/share /home/share cifs credentials=/etc/smb.credentials 0 0 Share exists and is successfully mounted (by the root process). Writing to the ...
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SMB/CIFS mount not working with exec() call

To mount CIFS presently I use system() call in source, this works. If I try to run command manually on shell it works too. $ mount -t cifs //IP/dir /mnt -o user=name,pass=PASS,domain=mydomain,nounix ...
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Linux rights across mounted shares

I need some tutelage on the rights across unix. I could swear this has never been a problem but for some reason something is failing. On a NAS there is media share. I have set the permissions to ...
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CIFS mountpoint timesout when attempting to Mount

I am trying to mount a folder in Windows (shared by Everyone) to a centOS server using cifs. In /etc/fstab, I got: //192.168.x.x/DOUGSLAPTOP/hatest /mnt/fsr01 cifs guest 0 0 I ...
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Mounting SMB3 share with encryption fails: mount error(13): Permission denied (Synology)

Everything works fine until I add encryption on my synology, from that point on I only get mount error(13): Permission denied I've tried this command: mount -t cifs //192.168.178.22/Filme ...
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Mount cifs permission problem on deep directory perhaps due to UNC and prefixpath splitting

I am trying to mount a directory (dir3). However, on the windows machine the directory /server/dir1 is already a file shared folder, but I don't have permission to it. I have been given the read ...
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Mount FUSE directory into CIFS share with correct permissions

I'm using Time Machine File System (tmfs), which is an extension of FUSE, to read the data on a backup drive and hopefully make accessible from a Windows machine: Create a shared folder you can write ...
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how to change cifs timeout

Happens when from my laptop I change wifi network that I've to wait 5 minutes before that I can umount cifs share. mount -t cifs //ip/share /home/user/net/share -o user=user,pass=pass I didn't ...
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mount times out with iptables --policy OUTPUT DROP

I previously ACCEPTed all output traffic by default. Recently changed the policy to DENY output by default, only opening ports needed for server/application functionality. When I tried to mount a ...
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How to mount the “root” file system of a Windows Samba Share with cifs?

Is it possible to mount the "root" of a Windows Samba Share? I have successfully mounted a specific Samba share with this: mount.cifs //server/share /mnt -o username=blub What I would like to mount ...
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Can't mount network drive - Permission denied

I'm running raspbian on an RPi2B and I'm trying to mount a network drive. I've tried the following: sudo mount -t cifs -o username=admin,password=passwd //192.168.1.1/root /mnt/myshare But I keep ...
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“ls -lh” directories reported size : Linux vs CIFS mounted drives

From a Linux box, I recently mounted a Windows share using CIFS. The intent was to "locally" use rsync to backup my Windows machine. The command line used to mount the Windows drive is something ...
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Set a size limit to SAMBA shared directory remotely

I have been asked to set up a shared directory for a colleague on a server I manage. I created an account for him on that server, set up a Samba password with smbpasswd, created a directory and set it ...
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How do I speed up recovering “stuck” cifs mount?

I have a cifs mounted like this: mount.cifs -o uid=myuser,user=...,dom=... //IP/Share /some/mountpoint/ When I try to access it after period of inactivity (or when the network is inaccessible), it ...