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Re: Visibility of Samba shares after ssh login
- From: mwoehlke <mwoehlke at tibco dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 10:29:57 -0500
- Subject: Re: Visibility of Samba shares after ssh login
- References: <4472BE0D.email@example.com>
Guenter Bachler wrote:
I started the ssh-server on the windows client in order to log-on to a
and vice verse. On the Windows client several SAMBA shares have been mapped
and correctly displayed with the 'mount' command in the cygwin shell.
Now invoking an ssh login session from the Linux machine on the Windows
(under my regular Windows account), the mount command does not display the
SAMBA shares anymore (beginning with drive letters k)
Is there any simple procedure to remount all SAMBA shares
automatically in the ssh session?
Not an answer, but I have a similar problem... In fact, this is AFAICT
one of *the* most common problems (and yes I've STFW and STFML and did
not find a solution that WFM'd). So, if you figure it out, please share.
(The annoying part is that I somehow got this to work on *one* computer,
and can't figure out how to do it again.)
Anyway, does 'net use' on your ssh session show all the "missing" drives
Interix, Sphinterix. Cygwin apps don't crash. :-)
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