I have a problem after doing a failure upgrading to the 13.04 distribution, after installing all packages the script was stopped before deleting all packages (due to a network interrupt).
After rebooting the PC, everything seems to work, but when I have checked no one of the remote FS noted on /etc/fstab was mounted.
when try to mount "by hand": mount /Path/Mountppoint I get no error, but the remote filesystem doesn't mount either.
Trying using mount command without using fstab options, and I got a very confused error:
$sudo mount -t cifs -o username=usr,password=pass //192.168.1.40/media /mnt/media column: opción incorrecta -- «o usage: column [-tx] [-c columns] [-s sep] [file ...]
Error messages are in Spanish, but they said that "column: incorrect option" and the usage of the column command.
I have tried to force the installation of some packages that could be involved (bsdmainutils, mount, mountall and cifs.utils):
sudo apt-get --reinstall install bsdmainutils sudo apt-get --reinstall install cifs-utils (...)
But the result is still the same.
if I use NFS instead of CIFS,the result is very similar:
mount -t nfs //192.168.1.40/USB_HDD_4 /c/USB_HDD_4 column: nfs: No existe el archivo o el directorio column: //192.168.1.40/USB_HDD_4: No existe el archivo o el directorio