How can I mount OS X 10.7 Lion shares on my Ubuntu box (10.10, 11.4)?
Since OS X 10.7 Lion update, network integration with Ubuntu is a nightmare. Previously we could print on OSX printers and mount OSX file shares in a snap, using SMB/CIFS.
Now I got to print on OSX Lion printers using CUPS and IPP sharing... DONE! no samba: it works.
Worst I cannot anymore access files on OS X Lion shares (it was OK up to Snow Leopard).
Exactly from Nautilus I can still browse the OSX server shares, mount one of them (using Nautilus and
smb:// URL), I can even browse all the share's directory tree, but whenever I try to open a file (even for read-only)
I receive the error
Impossible to open file <<smb://<host>/<share>/<file-path>> Unexpected error: Function not implemented
(this is Konqueror);
When trying to mount.cifs, it reports to me
root@UL30AL64:/home/fmoli# mount.cifs //<host>/<myshare> /media/gw-fm -o user=<myname>,password=<mypwd>,nounix,noserverino,sec=krb5 mount error(126): Required key not available Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)
Rumours in the net tell that SAMBA4 is the recipe for Linux/Ubuntu. But I tried to set-up samba4 without any luck (very lack of guides around...)
Other ones suggest to install netatalk on Ubuntu. But netatalk is a "server-only" package: I need to mount OSX shares on Ubuntu, not Ubuntu shares on OSX !