Linux tip, Fedora tip / howto: mount a Slug (NSLU2) partition
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mount a Slug (NSLU2) partitionAnother "note to self" here. I have a Linksys NSLU2, with Unslung firmware, for now only functioning as a network drive.
In my router I have given it a fixed IP (192.168.1.77). To mount the Samba partition it exposes:
/sbin/mount.cifs //slug/Disk\ 1 /slug -o ip=192.168.1.77,uid=500
The corresponding line for your /etc/fstab is (this is for read+write access):
//192.168.1.77/Disk\0401 /slug cifs username=admin,password=password,rw,uid=500 0 0
(note the \040 escape sequence to get the space in the share name)
Update for error mount error(5): Input/output errorThis error kind of fell out of the sky after an OS update. Adding the parameter:
fixed this (?!)(so in /etc/fstab you'd add ,sec=ntlmv2 after uid=500)
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