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I am running Linux kernel 2.6.18-371. I have read

http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/SMB-HOWTO-8.html

and am able to access my windows files from command line using

/usr/bin/smbclient -L <serverName> <passWD>

However, I am not able to get MATLAB to see the windows folder. Is there a work around? Thank you for the help.

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This is not Matlab specific. In order for a Linux program to see files in a file system, it has to be mounted. For samba, the mount type is called cifs, i.e. you do something like

mount //servername/share mount-point/ -t cifs

where mount-point is the directory where you want to mount the share. You will then be asked for your username and password; or you can provide them via options. In order for this to work you have to have the right package installed, on Debian it is called cifs-utils.

For more information, see man mount and man mount.cifs.

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