[sclug] sharing $HOME on various machines

Dickon Hood sclug at splurge.fluff.org
Sun Nov 12 19:56:07 UTC 2006

On Sun, Nov 12, 2006 at 19:44:39 +0000, David Given wrote:

: The only way I've found of *disabling* the extension is by doing 'echo 0 >
: /proc/fs/cifs/LinuxExtensions' at run time, which is a pain. (It has to be
: done between loading the cifs module and actually doing the mount, and I
: haven't found a way of automating this yet.) It doesn't seem possible to
: change the behaviour using mount flags.

: Any suggestions?



modprobe cifs
echo 0 > /proc/fs/cifs/LinuxExtensions

(or whathaveyou) into a file in /etc/init.d, symlink it as
/etc/init.d/S11local_cifspatchup, chmod 755, hope.

Worth a shot?

Dickon Hood

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