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Sometimes it is useful to mount a Samba share to a directory so that the files in the directory can be treated as if they are part of the local file system.
To mount a Samba share to a directory, create create a directory to mount it to (if it does not already exist), and execute the following command as root:
mount -t cifs -o <username>,<password> //<servername>/<sharename> /mnt/point/
This command mounts <sharename> from <servername> in the local directory /mnt/point/. For more information about mounting a samba share, refer to man mount.cifs.

Sometimes it is useful to mount a Samba share to a directory so that the files in the directory can be treated as if they are part of the local file system.

To mount a Samba share to a directory, create create a directory to mount it to (if it does not already exist), and execute the following command as root:

mount -t cifs -o <username>,<password> //<servername>/<sharename> /mnt/point/

This command mounts <sharename> from <servername> in the local directory /mnt/point/. For more information about mounting a samba share, refer to man mount.cifs.

rianto utomo bole nyontek dari http://www.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/5.4/html/Deployment_Guide/s1-samba-mounting.html

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Oktober 15, 2009 pada 3:41 pm

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