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Actually, I am trying to mount a directory to another system directory. It is working fine by using the below method.
Open /etc/fstab and inside the fstab, I was given

 //192.168.1.55/Mydata /media/C1 smbfs guest 0 0 
Here Mydata is my pendrive name. But, now I am trying to mount a directory instead of pendrive.For that, i was given
//192.168.1.55/opt/test/ /media/C1 smbfs guest 0 0 
in /etc/fstab. But it was not mount. Do you know how to mount a directory through fstab. Let me

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/opt/test/ looks like a Linux system. It is available via SMB? –  queueoverflow Nov 26 '12 at 13:07
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/opt is a system folder typically used to install software that are not installed by the package system. Try putting test in /home and enable sharing by right clicking on it. –  user68186 Nov 26 '12 at 14:25
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