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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) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)

Can someone explain what is going wrong here?

  • are you running the mount.cifs command as a non-root user (who might not have permission to mount to /mnt/adhome), or as root? – Jeff Schaller Apr 7 '16 at 16:20
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It looks like it is the share permission.

If it is an 'open share' use the -o username=username -o rw -o noperm switches

I use this on a 'open' samba share:

sudo mount -t cifs //ls3/share /mnt/share -o username=username -o rw -o noperm

If it is not a 'open' share try:

sudo mount -t cifs //ls2/share /mnt/ls2 -o username=user -o password=userPW

Or use a credentials file:

sudo mount -t cifs //ls2/share /mnt/ls2 -o credentials=/path/cred_file

see

man mount.cifs

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