xffm: no smbfs support
Edscott Wilson Garcia
edscott at xfce.org
Tue May 24 15:26:24 CEST 2005
El mar, 24-05-2005 a las 11:57 +0900, Batara Kesuma escribió:
> When I tried to browse my SMB network, I got the error below:
> No such device:
> no smbfs support detected in kernel
> I run Debian, and I already installed smbfs and smbclient packages. How
> can I fix this? Thank you very much.
That message appear when you try to mount a remote share and mounting
smbfs is broken.
There is a bug when trying to mount smbshares under solaris, and
apparently the debian kernel is built similar to solaris. That is,
if you look in config.h you will see both HAVE_GETVFSENT, and
HAVE_SYS_STATFS_H are defined.
All I know of Solaris are the following fstab types:
#define MNTTYPE_CACHEFS "cachefs"
#define MNTTYPE_HSFS "hsfs"
#define MNTTYPE_NFS "nfs"
#define MNTTYPE_SWAP "swap"
If you can tell me what corresponds to a smbfs in fstab, the bug should
be fixed (The entry is probably "smbfs", but I cannot be sure, look at
your man page for fstab)
This only applies to smbfs *not* listed in fstab. If you manually list
the smbshare in /etc/fstab, you should have no problem mounting it.
Edscott Wilson Garcia <edscott at xfce.org>
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