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Old 18th March 2005, 06:30 AM
rakumbhar Offline
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Question mount.cifs giving Error 112 : Host is down

A repost, but I couldn't get the solution anywhere. :-(

I am using Fedora Core 2 , kernel 2.6.5.

I am going through the problem discussed here.

I've downloaded mount.cifs [version 1.5] from http://www.samba.org/samba/ftp/cifs-cvs/mount.cifs

But the output is same :
Code:
[root@rohit rohit]# /sbin/mount.cifs //ServerIp/Sharename /mnt/share/ -o "user=rohit.kumbhar,domain=mycompany,netbiosname=linux,port=139"
Password:[PASS]
mount error 112 = Host is down
Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g.man mount.cifs)
[root@rohit rohit]#
I read somewhere that this is broken in FC2! Any idea how to get around it?

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Rohit
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