Hopefully someone can figure this out, because it makes no sense to me.
This is my original fstab line that has been working for years allowing me to auto-mount a shared folder from a Macintosh on my Ubuntu machine.
//192.168.0.15/M13\040Docs /home/chris/M13-Docs cifs uid=chris,credentials=/etc/cifspw
I have replaced/upgraded the Mac that this line points to.
I setup everything the same exact way, except with the new ip.
//192.168.0.75/M13\040Docs /home/chris/M13-Docs cifs uid=chris,credentials=/etc/cifspw
But for some reason it will not work with the new server.
sudo mount -a mount error(22): Invalid argument Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)
Does anyone know what could possibly be different that causes this not to work with the new mac share?
The original Mac was running Leopard, and the new one is running Mountain Lion.
Did Apple screw this up somehow?
Thanks in advance