The following bug has been reported:
The related changes was done on cifs-utils:
cifs-utils (2:4.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
* As of this version, the mount.cifs binary is no longer setuid due to
upstream concerns about the audit status of this code. As a consequence,
users will no longer be able to run mount.cifs directly to mount shares
unless mount points have been individually configured in /etc/fstab with
the "user" mount option.
Sites that require their users to retain the ability to mount arbitrary
CIFS shares without system-level configuration may want to consider using
the fusesmb package instead.
-- Steve Langasek <vor...@debian.org> Sun, 28 Feb 2010 16:07:14 -0800
It seems smb4k should migrate to fusesmb or maybe you have a better proposal ?
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