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How to make a cifs/smb mount ignore umask?

I have a cifs mount that is mounted from /etc/fstab. But I would quite like creation of files/dirs on that share to ignore my umask. Is that possible? It seems that cifs does not support the umask=000 ...
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Save password for Windows Samba server for printing in Gnome?

Unfortunately for us Linux users, our University printer works over the Samba protocoll. After configuring it in CUPS I can print, but I have to enter username and password everytime with no option ...
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Is SAMBA routable?

We have a SAMBA share on a centos 6 machine. Question: Can we mount this SAMBA 3 share over the internet? (without VPN/SSH tunnel, so directly!)
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USB-HDD connected to router “disconnects” automatically

I have a USB-HDD, formatted as ext3 connected to my router, so I can use it as a home-network storage. It works quite well, however, when sending a lot of files to the harddrive (I tried to do a ...
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mount.cifs fails while smbclient succeeds

I'm trying to mount a NetApp CIFS share to one of our servers and I keep getting "Permission Denied" printed to stderr and NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD printed to the running dmesg. root@xxxehpvld05 ~ $ ...
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Samba no longer allowing different guest account per share

I sure hope I don't make a fool of myself with this but here goes... I've updated Samba from 3.0.33 to 3.6.9 (well, upgraded my OS and this update came with it) and have found certain features I ...
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Unable to modify log level in samba

log level is present and set to three. However I don't see it when I do a testparm and I get next to no logs (I can see restarts and about it not being able to connect to cupsd) which doesn't seem ...
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How can I access files of an SMB share if I have the IP?

Having the IP, under Linux how can I access shared smb files? When I type in for example: smb://192.168.0.50 I get an error message.
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How to check if Samba is installed

I don't know if Samba is pre-installed in my Linux system. I have the /etc/samba/ directory, with smb.conf file. But if I try one of these commands sudo service smb start sudo service samba start ...
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Fixing permissions on a buffalo NAS (XFS via SMB)

I have a Buffalo dual harddrive NAS and plugged one of the drives directly to an SATA port to speed up the file transfer (100 MBit is a 'bit' slow when transfering 2 TB of files). I used a live Ubuntu ...
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Command line printing with a Samba printer requiring authentication

Is there a way to print to a Samba printer requiring authentication by providing the credentials on the command line (e.g., with lpr)? I managed to store the credentials in GNOME Keyring and when I ...
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rsync and SMB share

If I'm performing an rsync copy operation on a file that is on an SMB (Samba) share, is the file actually being pulled down from the network onto my client, pieces at a time, and then copied back onto ...
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Copy files without encryption (ssh) in local network

scp works well in all cases, but the Raspberry Pi is to weak to copy files efficiently in a secure environment (lan). The theoretically possible 6,75 MB/s via 54 Mbit wireless lan shrink down to about ...
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Home folder unintentionally exposed while using samba shares

Problem I have some difficulties with sharing folders in a local area network by using samba. I have managed everything up to the point that every folder that I share is being detected, can be read ...
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How do I grep a file in a smb mount point without using mount or fstab?

I don't have permission to mount a smb share with the mount command or by using /etc/fstab, but I'm able to use the smb protocol in Nautilus (smb://10.1.1.1/share), for example ... s Is it possible to ...
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Windows / Unix Share

I have a NFS + SMB share on my Win server called 'media' (same path). Both shares are read-only for guests - the Win server add files and both protcols can read them. Now things getting more ...
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Fedora 19 zfsonlinux - how to configure cifs share?

Fedora 19 with current version of zfsonlinux / smb version 4.0.9. When I try to zfs set sharesmb=on I receive smb add share failed Any ideas? Is this supposed to work yet or still in ...
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Unkillable process after connection lost to Samba share?

Using this manual I've mounted a Samba share. I'm copying files to it using a Python script. Everything is working fine until some problem with the network occurs. After that I get unkillable ...
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Deleting files on btrfs through smb

I have set up a btrfs multidisk which I mount and have shared on the network through smb. Whenever someone deletes a file on the share in windows, it seems to be rather slow. Any ideas/options I need ...
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mount -t cifs: “Operation not supported”, but can connect via smbclient

After sysadmin replaced the NAS, I can no longer mount the network share with sudo mount -t cifs //netgear.local/public /media/mountY -o uid=1000,iocharset=utf8,username="adam",password="password" ...