There are two ways to mount Samba shares to your Linux host. Mounting a share is the same as mounting an available media partition or remote NFS directory except that the Samba share is accessed using SMB. The first method uses the standard Linux
matthew@seymour:~$ sudo mount -t smbfs //10.10.10.20/homes /mount/point -ousername=heather,dmask=777,\ fmask=777
You can substitute the IP address for hostname if your name service is running or the host is in your
The preceding command mounts
/home directory on your host and gives all users full permissions to the mount. The permissions are equal to the permissions on the
The second method produces the same results ...