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|-|[[Category:Linux]] | |
|-|You can map a network drive to [[Storage01]] using the smbmount utility. You can run the following command as a regular user: | |
|-| $ smbmount //storage01/share /path/to/mount -o username=myusername,workgroup=campus,uid=mylocalusername,ip=storage01.stevens.edu | |
|-|* '''//storage01/share''' is the mount location. Replacing 'share' with your [[Campus Domain Account|domain username]] will map the network drive to your personal storage space. Please read the article on [[Storage01]] for other possible locations. | |
|-|* '''/path/to/mount''' is the location you want to map/mount the network drive at. You can map it to a mountpoint in your current directory such as 'mnt' by not using any slashes (full pathname is also fine) | |
|-|* ''username''='''myusername''' - '''myusername''' should be replaced with your [[Campus Domain Account|domain username]]. | |
|-|* ''workgroup='''campus''' - this specifies the domain to check your username and password against, leave it like this | |
|-|* ''uid''='''mylocalusername''' - mylocalusername should be the name of your linux user (whoami will tell you this if you are unsure). This is the user who owns the directory/mountpoint you are mounting/mapping to. | |
|-|* ''ip''='''storage01.stevens.edu''' - this specifies an "ip address" (a [[FQDN]] in this case) to locate [[Storage01]] by. Leave as-is. | |
|-|When you run this command, you should see a prompt similar to: | |
|-| Password: | |
|-|Type in your [[Campus Domain Account|domain password]] and press enter. You will now be able to access the file stored on storage01 at the mountpoint you specified. | |
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= Mac OS =
= Mac OS =
Revision as of 16:18, 4 June 2007
- Select Finder
- Open the Go menu and select Connect to Server
- Type smb://storage01/share into the Server Address field, where share is the drive on storage01 that you are trying to connect to.
- Clicking the + button will add the share to your favorite servers list for easy access in the future.
- Click Connect to connect to storage01. The connection will then prompt you for your credentials.
- Type CAMPUS into the Workgroup or Domain field.
- Type your Pipeline Username into the Name field.
- Type your Campus Domain Password into the Password field.
- After clicking OK you can access the mapped drive from your desktop, as seen below.