since the update to Ubuntu 17.10 my script to mount shares from a NAS does not work anymore. On older versions of Ubuntu I could use this line:
mount -t cifs -o username=t0b1,password=$pw //server.local/shared/ /media/shared
Adding another option to specify the version does not seem to change anything:
mount -t cifs -o vers=1.0, username=t0b1,password=$pw //server.local/shared/ /media/shared
When I run the script on Ubuntu 17.10 the only output I get is a list of options for "mount" but it does not mount my shares. Does anyone know what exactly has changed with cifs on 17.10? Any idea what I could change here?
EDIT: This line actually works:
mount -t cifs -o username=t0b1,password=$pw,vers=1.0 //server.local/shared/ /media/shared
But I think using version 1.0 is only a temporary workaround because it has some known security issues. There should also be a way to get it running with version 3.