Using '@' in user name with "mount_smbfs"
freebsd at edvax.de
Tue Oct 22 15:02:29 UTC 2019
On Tue, 22 Oct 2019 09:43:01 -0400, Jerry wrote:
> I am stumped as to how I can accomplish using a user name with an '@'
> in it with the "mount_smbfs" command/
> Assuming a user name of: user at domain.com, how would I get it accepted
> by the mount_smbfs command.
> /usr/sbin/mount_smbfs -N -f 0644 -U me -W WORKGROUP //user at domain.com@WIN-PC/Share $HOME/Win-Pictures
> I have tried both single and double quotation marks, but that fails.
Did you try using /etc/nsbm.conf for worgroup, username, and PC name
instead of providing it directly on the command line? If I remember
correctly, something like this (not tested!) should work:
[WIN-PC:user at domain.com]
The format is <server>:<user>:<share>, with the last two entries
being optional. See "man 5 nsmb.conf" as well as the comment header
of /etc/nsmb.conf for details.
You can then use:
mount_smbfs <more options> //WIN-PC/Share $HOME/Win-Pictures
Similarly, you can use a rule derived from this command in /etc/fstab
in case you need this mount command more than once.
Memory fragment from long time ago... ;-)
PS. Common suggestion is to use "example.com" (instead of "domain.com")
as a placeholder.
Happy FreeBSD user since 4.0
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