On Thu, 19 Oct 2000 13:55:17 -0400, “Patrick Mueller”
I’ve had success with fs-cifs to both 98 and NT using the following
fs-cifs -a -b //myhost:.184.108.40.206:/sharedir /localdir user password &
where myhost is the 98/NT name, 220.127.116.11 is the 98/NT ip address,
sharedir is the directory specified as “share as” on 98/NT, and
/localdir is the dir you want to see it as locally. user and password
can be anything on 98, eg “foo” and “bar” (at least for me).
I’ve never been able to get fs-cifs to be able to talk to any variety of
Win9x OS. WinNT is the only thing that has ever worked for me …
Will Michea <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
news:8sll1o$ihi$> email@example.com> …
I’m having a problem running fs-cifs to mount a Win98 SE share. Everytime
try and run fs-cifs to mount the share, it gives me a message saying
“io_mount: Bad File descriptor” What exactly does that mean? And how
I fix it? Has anyone else succesfully used fs-cifs with Win98SE?