[Bug 320212] [NEW] cannot access samba share after mount.cifs
marc.guilmain at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 20:58:47 GMT 2009
Public bug reported:
Binary package hint: smbfs
I can mount a windows share with this command in terminal. But when I do
'ls' in the mount directory, I get a segmentation fault. If I try to
'cd' in the same directory, the terminal crash.
I mounted the share with this command :
sudo mount.cifs //ipadress/data/Groupe /mnt/groupe/ -o username=workgroup/user --verbose
I get : mount.cifs kernel mount options
I cannot unmout after mounting, ie the mount is still listed when I type 'mount'. I get in verbose mode :
optind 2 unmount dir /mnt/groupe
Nautilus cannot mount this share either. I get an error message : "No
file or folder of this type". //ipadress/data is mounted but it is empty
(no folder named Groupe).
The window share is accessible from a windows XP computer and with smbclient with this command :
smbclient //ipadress/data/Groupe --user=workgroup/user
It is then possible to do "smb: \> ls" after and to see all the files in the folder.
I'm using Ubuntu 8.10 and the version of smbfs is 2:3.2.3-1ubuntu3.4
** Affects: samba (Ubuntu)
cannot access samba share after mount.cifs
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