Re: Mounting a Remote CD-RW Drive using SMBFS
From: Ross MacGillivray (t5457607_at_telus.net)
Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 16:23:17 GMT
Yes, you were correct. Thanks.
Funny thing though is that I don't remember doing a 'mkdir' when I first
mounted the hard drive from the same
"Ross MacGillivray" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I am running the following configuration:
> - colinux 0.6.2
> - Debian Testing
> - KDE 3.3.0
> I am trying to remote mount a CD-RW drive.
> The host system for the CD-RW drive is Windows XP Home.
> I have the following line in the etc/FSTAB file:
> //ROSS-WINDOWS/AudioCD(D) /mnt/cdrom smbfs user,noauto 0 0
> When I attempt to mount the CD-RW drive, I get the following error message
> (please remember that this is a remote CD-RW device that is why I not
> mounting it as /dev/cdrom)
> "could not resolve mount point /mnt/cdrom"
> I am successfully mounting a hard drive on the same host using the
> following line
> in the FSTAB file:
> //ROSS-WINDOWS/Maxtor(E) /mnt/maxtor smbfs user,noauto 0 0
> Why won't the CD-RW drive mount?