If there has been a post on this before please direct me, otherwise when mounting an smb share using smbmount
smbmount //servername/share /path to mount
this causes fdc2 to lock up when listing the dir(ls).
the smbmount appears to terminate without error and the mount directory is being placed on top of a directory. I did it this way because it appears that you cannot create a directory using smbmount, the directory must already exist, such as root/shared/sharename where sharename must already exist. Is this a bug?