I am having a Samba share on a bananapi. On the pi I have created the user
samba. Since the shares are also shared by owncloud, I have added
samba to the group
If I am using Nautilus with the command
smb://samba@cavalorn/data/ everything works just fine. I can read, write and navigate in every folder.
Then I want to add the shares to the
fstab. I did this by adding the following line to the file:
//cavalorn/data /media/data cifs credentials=/home/daniel/.smbcredentials,iocharset=utf8,sec=ntlm,file_mode=0770,dir_mode=0770 0 0
With correct credentials in the referenced
If I am using
mount -a no error if thrown and the folder appears in the launcher. But I am not able to read or write any data.
Why can Nautilus do it, but mount somehow broke. Doesn't mount try to use samba as a user?
PS: I am using Ubuntu 15.10.