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Description of problem:
Mounting a network drive , Network drive is a freecom FSG3, using either the mount or editing fstab as follows "//192.168.1.100/music /mnt/music cifs auto,username=xxxx,password=xxxx,uid=0,gid=500 0 0" gives no error messages , but you cannot ls the mount point. Other network drives on the same device can be mounted this way. The drive in question has some 404 top level folders , some 23,ooo files and some 110 GByte in size.
If you navigate to this drive via connect to server then you can acess this infomation
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Steps to Reproduce:
[peter@home2 ~]$ cd /mnt
[peter@home2 mnt]$ ls
books david fsg music peter photos samantha scott william
[peter@home2 mnt]$ ls music
ls: reading directory music: Invalid argument
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Yes this issue was fixed in a kernel update .
but latter updates then removed the desktop icons for these mapped drives very