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The Unofficial Ubuntu Starter Guide
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Q: How to mount/unmount network folders manually, and allow all users to read/write?

  1. Read General Notes
  2. Read How to install Samba Server for files/folders sharing service?
  3. e.g. Assumed that network connections have been configured properly
         Network computer's IP: 192.168.0.1
         Network computer's Username: myusername
         Network computer's Password: mypassword
         Shared folder's name: linux
         Local mount folder: /media/sharename
  4. To mount network folder
    sudo mkdir /media/sharename
    sudo mount //192.168.0.1/linux /media/sharename/ -o username=myusername,password=mypassword,dmask=777,fmask=777
  5. To unmount network folder
    sudo umount /media/sharename/
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