There is Linux server that shares a folder with Windows client but there're also Linux client machines. I am using KDE and can mount from Dolphin and then do with files and folders as permissions allows:
But i need to mount the way i can access it as a regular path(from console, LibreOffice, mail client etc) and on any DE.
mkdir /media/sambaShare smbclient --user=username -L //server_address
This part works, it shows me Samba server, what folder is shared etc.
mount -t cifs //server_address/share_folder_name -o username=username /media/sambaShare
And it seems it mounts everything ok. But when i try to access the folder i get "cannot open directory /media/sambaShare/: Permission denied"
It allows accessing as root but not user. How come via Dolphin i can access as a user but regular way mounting doesn't work? I created the same group on client as in server that can access that folder and as user finally i could went into that folder and see other folders but no further. I can even add files but not edit them.
I'm using Samba Server 3.6.3 on Ubuntu server 12.04 Client machine Kubuntu 14.04