Fstab cifs user write a prisoner

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Fstab cifs user write a prisoner

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But I found a combination of solutions the seemed to actually fix the problem and since this problem seems so prevalent, it seemed prudent to post my fix. First note some items in windows and change some settings.

Note user name, password, and workgroup domain.

fstab cifs user write a prisoner

I left my "homegroup" as well. Now restart the LanmanServer to apply the registry settings.

F-log just another web log

Open the CMD prompt with administrator rights and type in: Next the linux side. The big change that worked was putting the share's user and server information into a credentials file instead of the mounting command.

This was the final magic piece that I thought would not do any thing and it started working immediately after the change albeit with memory issues that we solved above. Do this by creating a file with: I also added a rw parameter. And just in case, I changed the uid and gid to my the user logged in on the linux box.

So my final fstab entry looked like this. This also solve the memory allocation issues that are bound to arise that seem like they are on the Linux side, but required the windows registry change to be fixed.[] Cause I downloaded it and I cant find it [] HymnToLife what do u mean by!headers?

=== SiriusTux [[email protected]] has joined #ubuntu === Testz0r [[email protected]] has joined #ubuntu []!headers [] guys, do you think I would have any more luck with my. I currently run unix permissions and cifs shares and haven't come across any examples that break the configuration.

The one thing i don't do is set permissions using windows because i just don't need to. This website uses cookies so that we can provide you with the best user experience possible. Cookie information is stored in your browser and performs functions such as recognising you when you return to our website and helping our team to understand which sections of the website you find most interesting and useful.

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