I am trying to mount a share with a Username with a @ in it. The man pages all say that you use the following form: //[EMAIL PROTECTED]/share My School only has documentation for Windows on setting up the Network Shares. In all the windows docs they always use the form [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- ie [EMAIL PROTECTED] My Attempts: mount_smbfs -I saints //[EMAIL PROTECTED]@server/username$ /mnt/carroll/xdrive Gives: mount_smbfs: server name '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' too long I tried it without the @carroll.edu, in the hope it might work... mount_smbfs -I saints //[EMAIL PROTECTED]/username$ /mnt/carroll/xdrive Password: mount_smbfs: unable to open connection: syserr = Authentication error It Prompts for my password, and then fails, because its the wrong user. I also tried adding quotes around the username, escaping(\) the @, but nothing seemed to work. I looked around google for abit, but it doesn't seem to even use symbols when i search for somthing, so i couldn't find jack about this via my normal euphoric rescue on google. Any ideas before i get the source code out and hardcode some stuff? -chip _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"