[CentOS] Mounting File Share Using CIFS ?'s
techguy at gmail.com
Wed Jul 30 23:26:43 UTC 2008
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 5:53 PM, MHR <mhullrich at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 3:31 PM, Kai Schaetzl <maillists at conactive.com> wrote:
>> TechGuy wrote on Wed, 30 Jul 2008 15:04:27 -0500:
>>> I know with most mailing lists its common practice to flame every
>>> newbie with "read" something emails.
>> this was not a flame at all.
> Not only that, but the OP's question wasn't so much a mount.cifs
> question as a most fundamental question about mount itself. TechGuy,
> if you read what you wrote, unless you have just started using Linux
> last week, there are a lot of fundamental issues with the question you
> Please do avail yourself of the resources that abound on the web,
> particularly centos.org and many og the wikis you can find, and most
> importantly, look up what mount is and does. Then you can also take
> Scott's advice for testing your situation.
> This list does not flame newbies except those who, like me, started
> off with an attitude and asked a lot of fundamentally stupid questions
> (I didn't do the research before hand - I do now!), and even so, all
> of the masters, except Jim, were still nice, and even he has a soft
> side, but don't tell him I admitted it....
> Due diligence will get you a lot farther than shortcuts (largely
> because the shortcuts usually get responses like RTFM, GIYF and other,
> less kind four letter (words and) acronyms).
> Best wishes.
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Please point out what shortcut that I tried to take? From my email,
with the information I provided which I did get from various sources
including the wiki tips and tricks, and other sites... If you read my
questions you would see that I was asking for clarification on what I
was understanding all these sources to say and imply.
I don't know what shortcut I was taking by asking what I asked?
Now I am just tired of having to defend myself for no good reason.
Sorry this has transpired, truly am because I was hoping for more both
from CentOS and from the community that supports it and is always
touting the values of Linux and OpenSource, I was hoping to become a
convert finally but instead I am more discouraged now after the
reponses I have gotten then I was before.
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