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jpmatrix
hello
i've built samba from ports and apparently it works with smbclient. but i didn't find anything about smbmout ou mount_smbfs... how can i build them in order to mount my windows shared directories ?
jpmatrix
gotcha!
i've just found sharity-light in googling and it is in ports!
compiling in progress smile.gif
jpmatrix
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Oct 28 2006, 05:43 PM)
gotcha!
i've just found sharity-light in googling and it is in ports!
compiling in progress smile.gif
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well
it seems i've trouble having sharity work with my windows shares... while googling i find that i'm not alone :-)
apparently i succeed with smbclient, but not with sharity-light... here are the error messages i get:

anyone would help me ?
my aim is to have a shared directory of my windows station mounted on the Zaurus, to have more space to build ports smile.gif i've only a 2go openbsd partition on my zaurus...

and don't anwser me to build a linux desktop workstation wink.gif
mathemajikian
I would not recommend using SAMBA for this. You should build a FreeBSD NFS server tongue.gif or use cygwin for a windows based NFS server.

QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Oct 29 2006, 12:40 PM)
my aim is to have a shared directory of my windows station mounted on the Zaurus, to have more space to build ports
jpmatrix
QUOTE(mathemajikian @ Nov 8 2006, 10:59 AM)
I would not recommend using SAMBA for this. You should build a FreeBSD NFS server  tongue.gif  or use cygwin for a windows based NFS server. 

QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Oct 29 2006, 12:40 PM)
my aim is to have a shared directory of my windows station mounted on the Zaurus, to have more space to build ports

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smile.gif
you're right, that doesn't work sad.gif

ok then i'll try the cygwin version as soon as i've upgraded my openbsd with the latest version
TronDD
I have a 2 gig partition, too. You shouldn't have a problem installing from ports. Just delete the package files it builds and stores in /usr/ports/packages/arm/all/

But if you are going to build from a network share, I also recommend NFS. I did that to run Gentoo on the Z before I found OpenBSD was available.
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