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Re: smb mount
There is no smbfs in the OpenBSD kernel, for mounting smb shares use
Sharity (Userland daemon that mounts smb shares through nfs, works good
enough); its in the ports tree.
On Sun, 15 Jun 2003, Konstantine V.Kalmykov wrote:
> I'm a newbie in OpenBSD. But I've worked a lot on FreeBSD, Linux etc.
> So I was wondering that in OpenBSD (I use 3.2 Release) I can not find
> "mount_smbfs" or "mount -t smbfs". Is it really fine? Or am I stupid?
> And another question is: how can I mount some other primary/logical
> partition on the same disk using OpenBSD? In FreeBSD, for example, I just wrote something like this: "mount /dev/ad0s2 /mnt/somepoint". I can't find out how to do this in OpenBSD.
- smb mount
- From: "Konstantine V.Kalmykov" <firstname.lastname@example.org>