Mounting CIFS Shares At the LINUX Command Line or in /etc/fstab

Linux makes it relatively easy to mount shared drives either manually, at the command line, or automatically, by configuring an entry in /etc/fstab. Here is the basic syntax of our mount command. [ccase@midas ~]$ sudo mount -t cifs -o username=,password=, /// Here is an example of mounting our CIFS share to a folder named myshare.… Continue reading Mounting CIFS Shares At the LINUX Command Line or in /etc/fstab