Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 30161
Problem mounting smbfs
Last modified: 2007-03-26 23:41:50 EDT
"smbmount" or "mount -t smbfs" give serious problem on Wolverine.
When trying to mount the remote smb-filesystem - I can't access it. "df"
tells me that the
remote file-system is mounted. "ls" shows no files, "mc" tells me that it
can't access "pub" (or whereever I mount the smb file-system) "File 'tmp'
exists but can not be stat-ed: No such file or directory".
No problem to access the Wolverin smb-filesystem from other boxes on the
Don't know if this is a "mount" or a "samba"-bug
Which kernel rpm are you using? I already pointed this bug out; supposedly it
is fixed in rawhide.
I use the Wolverine kernel: kernel-2.4.1-0.1.9 (for i686 I guess).
Assigning to kernel
I saw this problem as well with the i586 Wolverine.
Rawhide is 2.4.1-0.1.14 last I checked.
If it's not fixed in that kernel (or later from rawhide), please
re-open this bug report. Thanks!
Sorry Netscape crashed on me while I was making an entry. Tested this against
Rawhide kernel and it is indeed fixed. Also shift this bug to where it actually
since this was a beta-testers bug and shouldnt have been filed under Public -