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Re: [ProgSoc] smbmount -> nfs
On Thu, Feb 18, 1999 at 12:08:15PM +1030, daedalus wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I'm attempting to get around Solaris' apparent lack of ability to
> use smbfs by using my linux box as a translation point. I have an
> smbmount'd filesystem on the linux box which I want to export via nfs to
> that some Solaris machines can access the NT service the same as I can
> from linux.
> Trouble is, Solaris' mount command fails giving me an access denied
> response, but nothing shows up in the linux syslogs. Trying to mount from
> an unauthorised machine, etc logs fine so I'm assuming the mount command
> is having a problem mounting an smbfs filesystem as nfs.
> Small diagram:
> NT ------ linux ------ solaris
> smb nfs
NT -------------- solaris
Nice product, free, will most probably work fine with Solaris... shouldn't be
too hard to find with a web search.
screen so pure and blue
this computer is at peace
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