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Old 14th December 2008, 10:41 AM
Zlobniy Shurik Offline
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Can not mount cifs disk with non-root user in FC10

Hi all!

I add next string in the end of standart sudoers file
Shurik ALL = NETWORKING, STORAGE

Then I try to mount cifs disk under Shurik login
mount -t cifs 192.168.1.100:BigDisk /media/BigDisk

Then I get error:
mount: только root может сделать это (in english - mount:only root can do it)
Under root the same command work perfectly.

What`s wrong?
Or how I can mount cifs-share under ordinary user? (analog of net use in login script in windows )

P.S. Sorry for my engRish
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