I have a number of smb v1 shares. (I know that smbv1 is old and vulnerable but I can't change it)
Because of the old smb protocol, I cannot use nautilus to open then. Instead, I used fstab entries to mount them. The entries in
/etc/fstab look like this:
//smbserver/folder /media/user/smbserver/folder cifs credentials=/home/user/.smbcredentials,vers=1.0,noauto,user 0 0
On a Mint 19 machine, this worked like a charm, but on a new Fedora 30 installation, I only get the following error:
$ mount /media/user/smbserver/folder This program is not installed setuid root - "user" CIFS mounts not supported.
I already tried to set the suid bit for
/usr/bin/mount, but this did not change anything.
How can I mount the smb shares on Fedora 30?