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Mounted network share does not list all subfolders

I am running Ubuntu Server CLI i386 version and have mounted several network shares by editing the /etc/fstab file and then issuing a mount -a command. All 4 of these shares work, except I am having a ...
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1answer
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what is the command line equivalent to using nautilus to connect to a samba drive?

To connect to a samba shared drive on my network, I can use nautilus, press ctrl+l and type in smb://192.168.0.x, enter my credentials and am able to connect and browse the drive. How can I do the ...
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2answers
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Mount from rc.local fails; how to do it properly?

Here is my current /etc/rc.local: #!/bin/sh -e # Test 1 echo line1 > /home/myHome/rclog.txt # the mount mount /mnt/mediaDrive &> /home/myHome/mountlog.txt # Test 2 echo line2 >> ...
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5answers
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List samba shares and current users

Looking for a simple way to do this from the command line. List samba shares and the users who can access each of them. List samba shares and the users currently connected to them. List samba ...
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2answers
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How to get samba (computer 1) to show up on windows 7 (computer 2) if both are in the same lan?

Sorry for the newb factor but I have two computers (one linux, one windows). I followed this directions on this website. And have been able to make it past the last step without any problems: ~$ ...
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1answer
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How to completely remove a package and all related files/directories?

I'm trying to remove samba, I've tried using apt-get --purge samba Which according to the man page is supposed to delete .conf files. However smb.conf is still there. Any tips on how to remove ...
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2answers
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Unable to list windows shares from terminal

I am unable to list windows shares from terminal. I am getting the following error, root@ITSTA2:~# smbclient -L 172.XX.XX.XX -U john params.c:Parameter() - Ignoring badly formed line in configuration ...
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How do I navigate to a samba location I've mounted in Nautilus on the command line?

Please note: I am two weeks old in Linux. I have found a lot of answers to this question on the internet, tried many, but all failed one way or another. Therefore I dare to ask once again in the hope ...
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3answers
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How do I access a mounted Windows share from the command line?

I use Places > Connect to Server... to connect to a Windows share in my work environment (requires Kerberos authentication). When I do so, I can access the Windows share via Nautilus, but I can't ...
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1answer
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How to move multiple files over network from terminal

I am using this command gvfs-move file smb://server/directory/file to move files over a samba share I would like to transfer multiple files by piping the results of a gvfs-ls to the same command ...
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1answer
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How to move files over samba share with gnomevfs cli

Ok I am in the process of backing up my film collection to a NAS and I wanted to automate this as much as possible as I have to work at the same time. I am trying to setup a daily dump of ISO's ready ...
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1answer
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Where does the Samba workgroup come from when Samba is not running?

Using findsmb on my home network gives me this: IP ADDR NETBIOS NAME WORKGROUP/OS/VERSION --------------------------------------------------------------------- 192.168.1.3 MINI ...
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1answer
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How do I specify mounted windows shares as a command line path?

I can connect to a Windows server using the Gnome Places -> Connect to ... dialog, and then I can access the files using Nautilus. Now, how can I specify a file or folder in the share on a command ...