Friday, April 11, 2008

Scary

Enough to send a shiver down my spine.

So, you download a current OpenSolaris.

Then, as root:

svcadm enable smb/client

And you can - as yourself - mount a windows share, from a server called windows.server in domain DOMAIN accessed as user user_name

mkdir /tmp/G
mount -F smbfs '//DOMAIN;user_name@windows.server/G' /tmp/G

and it just works

df -k /tmp/G
Filesystem kbytes used avail capacity Mounted on
//DOMAIN;user_name@windows.server/G
1563815260 421453348 1142361912 27% /tmp/G

If you just want to see what shares are available:

smbutil view '//DOMAIN;user_name@windows.server'

1 comment:

ax0n said...

...now if only Indiana would see my NIC... :(