I have a Windows NTFS on my local domain. I can mount the share by going to "Places > Connect to a Server." I'd like to permanently mount my share to
/mnt/Quartz which is a folder that exists under
mnt. I have followed this guide, MountWindowsSharePermanently, but I'm still getting a "
wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on \\remote\quartz" ... here's what I have setup:
//remote/quartz /mnt/quartz cifs credentials=/home/alfie/.smbcredentials
I save, run
sudo mount -a, and I get the above error. Since I can mount the share through the GUI fine, I don't think there's a problem with the share. It must be simple, any ideas?