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The available drives can be found here
Instead of „\“ you need to enter „/“.

Instead \\\soft1

Filemanager and Samba

Installed Samba is required for this. Open Nautilus. In the Menu click Go and Enter Location or Ctrl+L.

Now you need to enter your useraccount, domain and password.

In the menu in bookmarks or with Crtl+d a bookmark for this folder will be added.

Using Terminal and GVfs

If you prefer to mount network drives using the terminal or want to automate this using a script, you have the option to do so using the 'gio' tool. 'gio' is capable of mounting SMB shares as GVfs mount points.

To mount the shares, use the following command:

gio mount smb://
gio mount smb://<Username>

When executing the command, you will be prompted for a username, domain, and password. Enter '' as the domain.

If you want to unmount the shares, this is done using a parameter.

gio mount -u smb://
gio mount -u smb://<Username>

If you don't want to enter your login credentials every time, you can create a simple text file with this data and pass it as a parameter to the command using input redirection.

The structure of the text file:


The text file is best saved in the home directory under /home/<Username>/.smbpass, and the permissions should be modified to ensure that only the user has access to it.

chmod 0600 /home/<Username>/.smboth

Subsequently, you can use this file when mounting the shares.

gio mount smb:// </home/<Username>/.smboth
gio mount smb://<Username> </home/<Username>/.smboth

Mount Command and CIFS

To mount the network shares under a Linux distribution the CIFS-part of the Samba project need to be installed. Usually the package is named cifs-utils, which should be available via your systems packagemanager.

# mount -t cifs //fs-<name><name> /mnt/<name> -o,user=abc12345
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