Description of problem:
i have a shared folder on windows named juan on c:/juan, i mount it on fedora 19 using mount cifs command, everything ok but when im triyng to write data from my point of sale program its crash and display error 30 maybe operatinf system or unix error, i think maybe its a cifs problem, y write date manually in the shared point on linux its ok but when it from the program crashs, need help
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before and after when mountinf share on linux folder
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I'm afraid you'll need to do a bit more troubleshooting than this. I have no idea what an error 30 in this program means. If you think it's a problem with cifs, then you'll need to determine what syscall is erroring out and what it's returning.
well ok, you dont have idea what its error 30 on my program, but now i know that its the programa its trying to copy data on a cifs share mounted on my fedora 19 pc from a windows pc sharing a folder, i dont have write permissions on it, and i cant get it working with mount.cifs commands.
here a example
drwxr-xr-x 2 sistema root 0 Dec 3 11:09 juan
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