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As it's states in usage section, -p will skip pseudofs mounts (tmpfs, autofs and others): usage: genfstab [options] root Options: -L Use labels for source identifiers (shortcut for -t LABEL) -p Avoid printing pseudofs mounts -t TAG Use TAG for source identifiers -U Use UUIDs for source identifiers (shortcut for ...
Thanks, but some more googling turned up the solution. It was using the wrong security type by default; this command worked: mount -t cifs //172.16.1.5/myshare/ /mnt/myshare -osec=ntlmv2,domain=MYDOMAIN,username=myusername,password=mypassword
A couple of things to check out. I do something similar and you can test mount it directly using the mount command to make sure you have things setup right. Permissions on credentials file Make sure that this file is permissioned right. $ sudo ls -l /etc/smb_credentials.txt -rw-------. 1 root root 54 Mar 24 13:19 /etc/smb_credentials.txt Verbose mount ...
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