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SMBfs mounting OK, listing OK, Read KO, smbclient OK

I've tried to make the title the most meaningfull I could but it still looks ugly. The premises. We are using RHEL3-U8 as OS on most servers here, don't ask me why or suggest to upgrade, it's not ...
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rsync permission errors on smbfs share

I have a nas set up an am trying to rsync files to it. It works fine for file I own $ id dogmatic69 uid=1000(dogmatic69) gid=1000(dogmatic69) ...
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How to configure Samba to allow root user for full control to the particular share?

$(subj), it appears to be what root user is denied by default for all of the shares. I'm trying to reproduce Windows administrative share.
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Unable to mount windows share in ubuntu

I am trying to mount windows machine directory in my ubuntu 10.04.3 server. When I try to see the shared directory in the windows server its showing properly using the below command. The windows ...
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Samba mount isn't following a symlink

I am running two servers and wish to mount a directory on one from the other. For various reasons, I wish to use Samba (smbfs) rather than NFS. ServerA mounts ServerB with this in the fstab: ...
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mount error 5 = Input/output error

I am running out of ideas. After a long period of testing this morning, I cannot seem to get this to work, and I have no idea why. I want to mount a Windows SMB/CIFS share with a Debian 5.0.4 VM, ...
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mounted a symlink on a mountpoint

I have a samba share called A on a machined named aaron. Inside that share is a smylink called Audio-CD_WAVs which points to a machine local directory. When this share is accessed by a windows ...
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Mounting a share with spaces in FreeBSD fstab

I'm trying to mount a smb network share in fstab on FreeBSD, which works fine for a share without spaces, but fails if a space is in the name. I have replaced the space with \040 which is what ...
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Mount a samba share as root using smbfs in fstab

I'm trying to mount a samba share using smbfs as root (on ubuntu-server), but every time I mount it it's mounted as root:dialout Here is the fstab entry (line breaks added for presentation) ...
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How to use noatime with smbfs

I am using the mount command on a Linux server to access a Windows server using smbfs. Can I use noatime to prevent read operations (such as cp on Linux) from changing the last-accessed time on files ...