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Re: fusesmb - does nothing, no smbfs/smbmount



Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
Has Fedora user managed to get fusesmb to do anything?

I've created the appropriate config file, pointed fusesmb at a mount point, and it runs. It just doesn't do anything. Nothing appears under the mountpoint, and there is no debug message (eg. in syslog).

'fusesmb -d' just seems to print out user accesses to the empty directory. I'm really looking for ways to debug this further.

'smbclient //myserver/' works fine, so I have reason to believe that there _are_ SMB shares on my local network.

Also, there doesn't seem to be any smbfs / smbmount in Fedora.

Rich.

Hi Rich.

I think running the fusesmb.cache command sorts this out.

Try:

$ fusesmb.cache --debug

Or:

$ fusesmb.cache --help


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