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Re: Mapping a Windows Drive to Linux
Oh yeah, be sure you have smbfs file support. cat /proc/filesystems and look
for 'smbfs'. If you don't see it, you'll have to load the module or recompile
On Wed, Jul 25, 2001 at 07:43:52PM -0500, Ricky Bryce wrote:
> I have set up a Samba Server in Red Hat Linux 7.1 that works great. I can map the Linux drives to the Windows machine. Can anyone give me an idea how I would go about mounting a Windows Directory to a Linux machine? I have windows machine with a network name SERVER. A share on this machine is called DATA. I would like to access the DATA share from the Linux machine. The documentation I have is great telling how to map a Linux drive to a Windows machine, but I cant find much information that tells me how to access data from the Linux machine. If you have suggestions I would appreciate it. Thanks.
> Ricky Bryce
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