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On Monday, December 17 2001 10:41 am, Andrew S. Garbutt wrote:
> I am using Mandrake 8.1 at work as a sort of test bed for some
> whiteboarding applications.  I have some of my source on a windows machine
> and i would like to transfer it over my mounting the share.
> here is the command that i use:
>          mount -t ntfs -o username=ntusername,password=ntpassword
> //machine(or ip)/share /mnt/public

I think you want smbfs. read 'man smbmount'

> this command loads the ntfs dirver and then gives me an message "mount:
> special device //machine/share does not exist"
> I could use some help here.  and ideas?
> Andrew S. Garbutt
> Programmer I / Network Admin
> Center for Comparative Medicine
> University of California, Davis
> Phone: 530-754-5929
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