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 is the overview of all accessible shares, which Windows shows if you enter
\\server in the Explorer.
But mounting like this:
mount.cifs //server /mnt --verbose -o username=blub
Password for blub@//server: ******** mount.cifs kernel mount options: ip=172.16.83.13,unc=\\server\,user=blub,prefixpath=mnt,pass=******** mount error(22): Invalid argument Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)
Reading the manpage did not lead me to anything.
Is it even possible to do such things with CIFS?
I have neither read that this specific thing is impossible or that it should be possible.
All examples are just mounting
\\server\share and not the share overview.
I am using Gentoo Linux with cifs-utils 6.1, Kernel 3.18.7.