Mount a SMB share in Redhat/Centos
This is the command to mount a share. It's not directly related to Bash scripting, but I needed to put it somewhere.
You may need to install smbfs first.
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- mount -t smbfs -o username=share_user,password=share_pass //netbios_name/share_path /mnt/local_mnt_name
Added by JC on 31st January 2008
- JC 31st January 2008, 11:51 pm
Recently, 'smbfs' is no longer supported. Using 'cifs' instead will work.
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