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I am running boot2docker on windows and I am trying to access a shared folder on my host from the VM.

I have executed the following

  sudo mkdir /mnt/docktest
  sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.24.75/dock /mnt/docktest -o user=username
     mount: mounting //192.168.24.75/dock on /mnt/docktest/ failed: Permission denied
  sudo mount -t smbfs //192.168.24.75/dock /mnt/docktest -o username=username
     mount: mounting //192.168.24.75/dock on /mnt/docktest/ failed: No such device

My host (192.168.24.75) has the folder "dock" shared with access to the user I am supplying.

I have tried adding the password and domain in the command as well to no avail (even though I would rather not have to)

Note: I would rather not share the folder using the VirtualBox shared folders as it would restrict me to be between the host and it's own vm.

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the solution was to install cifs-utils using tce-load

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  • Exactly how did you do this? When I run tce-load -wi cifs-utils at the boot2docker prompt, I get wget: server returned error: HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found.
    – Ben
    Aug 30, 2014 at 20:52
  • I first used wget to download the file (found a download link online) then installed it locally using tce-load -i <filename> Sep 1, 2014 at 8:54

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