This recipe shows how to mount folders that have been shared on another computer.
Recent Linux kernels, including the "official" Raspbian Linux distribution for the Raspberry Pi, have built-in support for mounting shared folders using the SMB (CIFS) protocol. This is the file-sharing protocol used commonly by Windows computers.
This is the simplest recipe for mounting a shared folder from the command line.
Once you've completed this recipe, you will be able to share files with other computers on the same network using the SMB (CIFS) protocol.
SMB and CIFS are synonyms for the same file-sharing protocol.
The following are the ingredients: