I am able to view my share if I write the following
This open the shares on privatenas (C, home)
If I try the following
it opens a login window that asks for domain admin username and password.
Everything is fine, but what I am trying to do, is mount smb://privatenas/home to /home/administrator/PRIVATENAS
I have tried the regular mount command:
sudo mount -t smbfs //privatenas/home /home/administrator/privatenas -o uid=1000
But that gives me an error: asks for a password.
What am I missing?
What am I doing wrong?
Using the following
smbclient -L //192.168.0.25 -U administrator
That gives me a list of the smb shares. I want to mount one of them.
administrator@optitexfog:~$ smbclient -L //privatenas
Enter administrator's password:
Sharename Type Comment --------- ---- ------- IPC$ IPC IPC Service (PRIVATENAS) c Disk Volume C home Disk Private user folders administrator Disk Private user folder Server Comment --------- ------- OPTITEXDC PRIVATENAS PRIVATENAS Workgroup Master --------- ------- OPTITEX OPTITEXDC administrator@optitexfog:~$
I thought I had it sorted, but I can't see my files.
OK, I have a feeling, that this is NOT a real windows share. The reason I suspect this is that if I browse to \192.168.0.25\ I will NOT see the home folder.
OK, now, my last findings are sad. In order to test my theory, I created a test Share on my NAS. The mount command worked like a breeze. So, the //PRIVATENAS/home is NOT a real Windows share, or at least, not a share I can mount. This does not look correct to me. What should I check? As mentioned, I have a ReadyNAS, netgear 1100 with Raidiator 4.1.7