"I noticed that the NetBSD samba package installed a smbmount
manual page, but no smbmount program. Under Linux-based systems,
smbmount can be used to mount SMB shares. Basically, SMB -- or the
Server Message Block protocol and now commonly known as the Common
Internet File System (CIFS) -- allows you to access files and
printers on remote computers. It is commonly used on Windows 98 and
NT systems, but it is also available on Unix-type systems using the
"With Samba, you can use the smbclient program, which uses
ftp-like commands (such as "LS", "GET" and "PUT"), to access
SMB-shared resources. Nevertheless, being able to mount a remote
SMB share may give you more flexibility and allows you to easily
and quickly use the remote files."
"A program called Sharity-Light can be used to mount Samba
shares. Previously known as rumba, the software is available for
BSDs, Irix, Solaris, Next and other operating systems."
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