Migrating from Ubuntu 12.04LTS to 16.04LTS also brokes cifs mount for
me. I was having following in my fstab file:
/192.168.10.1/server_share/ /mnt/my_point cifs
As I read elsewhere you need to separate username and domain in
credential file. I did that too. Still having permission denied errror
when try to use "mount -a" command
I also tried to put username, domain and password directly in fstab command.
I'm sure that username and password is correct, because following command
properly mount drive:
mount -t cifs //192.168.10.1/server_share/ /mnt/my_point -o username=my-
Finally, found elsewhere that "mount -a -v" command can give more data.
After that I got this response:
mount.cifs kernel mount options:
Please note double "," between username and domain. Happens with both,
using credential files and direct input of username and password trough
fstab command line.
My server that I try to cennect to is still on ubuntu 12.04LTS while
client is 16.04
I hope that this bit of info can help to solve this bug
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