Getting The Samba Client To Work...


SiIV

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I'm not one to tinker around, but would this work?
Instead of mnt/winshared or mnt/ext, use mnt/sd?
This way all location-specific games can be run, It might not be practical, but I am wondering if it's possible
 

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SiIV posted on May 8 2006 at 07:57 AM said:
I'm not one to tinker around, but would this work?
Instead of mnt/winshared or mnt/ext, use mnt/sd?
This way all location-specific games can be run, It might not be practical, but I am wondering if it's possible
yes is possible but is the same has mnt/ext because you can have the same acces is juste you have to choose diferent menu ;)
 
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Appears that i have the same real path problem, something to do with stale nfs handles. I've been trawling the internet about this and have come up empty, im still working on it but pls pm me if a solution is known! thanks
 

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It was working with

smbmnt /192.168.5.6/PSX /mnt/net

however after an unclean shutdown of gp2x this command produces

Failed to find real path for mount point


The following:-

smbmnt /mnt/net -s /mnt/net

seems to mount however cd to /mnt/nt produces

Stale NFs handle

Have tried modprobing to remove and add smbfs to no avail =/ im not sure whats going on, is there a way to deal with stale nfs handles (where are they stored, can i remove them???)???

help i wish to play with the upcoming release of psx emulator using isos on my pc!!! heeeelllp!!! ;)
 
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