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How to connect to an NT share from Linux

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This requires SAMBA to be installed on Linux. Nothing extra needs to be installed on the NT side.

- Create a mount point by simply creating a directory under the /mnt directory:

MKDIR /mnt/ntshare

- Link to the NT share by using the following command line:

mount -t smbfs -o username=[NT Username],password=[NT password],workgroup=[NT Domain Name] //[NT Server Name]/[Share Name] /mnt/ntshare

For example, assuming the following information:

NT Username = Joe
NT Password = drowssaP
NT Domain   = bigbrother
NT Server Name = lachesis
NT Share Name = mydata

The command line would be:

mount -t smbfs -o username=Joe,password=drowssaP,workgroup=bigbrother //lachesis/mydata /mnt/ntshare

Easy as pie!
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