[CentOS] where is smbmount on centOS 5
wpilorz at bdk.pl
Fri Jun 29 12:54:29 UTC 2007
On Thu, 28 Jun 2007, Akemi Yagi wrote:
> smbfs has been depreciated. See this wiki for mounting Windows shares:
On Fedora6, I have noted the folowing problems when using cifs to connect to
- cp -vip does not copy mtime; tar x does copy mtime
(it seems setting modtime by fname does work, setting by handle does not)
- when there is a share mounted from a NT/2000 server which is not used for long time
mounting another share from the same servers reliably fails ;
touching the already mounted share (ls is OK) allows the mount so succeed.
- when using vim to edit a file on the share and trying to write it, vim often
says that the file has been modified in the meantime
- perhaps most annoying: somtimes modifying a file located on NT 4 Workstation share with vim,
it becomes permanently unavailable until NT is rebooted.
It happens rarely, I do not know how to trigger it on demand.
Those problems did not happen when using smbfs from CentOS 4.4.
I am wondering if CentOS 5 has these problems?
Anyone using cifs from CentOS 5 to access NT-exported share, would care to comment?
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