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Thread: What is knoppix smbmount doing different than Suse 9.0 ?

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    What is knoppix smbmount doing different than Suse 9.0 ?

    Using Knoppix I can easily mount my Windows 2000 shares via

    smbmount //192.168.1.100/Shared /shared -o username=name,password=pw,rw

    Trying the same with Suse 9.0 it just complains the connection was refused. What exactly is Knoppix doind different here ?

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    It can obviously speak native NetBIOS

    Seems like like it somehow manages to use native NetBIOS instead of NetBIOS over TCP/IP. Strange, I thought SAMBA can't do w/o TCP/IP. Does anybody know any details about that ?

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