Mount samba cifs drive to DNS-323
This is the issue that take me the longest to solve. For almost more than 6 months (close to a year i think), I just can not make my DNS-323 fun_plug to mount network drive (samba). I did refer to the DNS-323 forum and strictly follow all the instruction but to no success at all.
Today, I received a notification mail from the discussion thread in the forum and one guy (kennethxu) wrote there that he successfully managed to mount the samba drive (his shared drive in his computer) to the DNS-323 fun_plug file system.
This feature is very important for me and I believe to other DNS-323 users. With any samba drive mounted to the fun_plug, we can backup, copy between the mounted samba drive and DNS-323 hard drives. For me I need this feature so that I can copy all my completed torrents from DNS-323 to another hard drive (which is actually a media player which serve a TV recorder and media player to LCD screen) located in my living room.
Follow to following steps:
- Download the cifs.1.50.ko from the thread or click HERE
- Use the following command:
mount -t cifs //windowspcname/sharename /mnt/sharename -o username=windows-login-name,password=windows-login-password
So now you may try to list the file inside the newly mounted drive using:
What a big relief, so I have no excuse to buy any new NAS now 🙂
This really make D-Link DNS-323 as the world best home Network Attached Storage (NAS). But only with fun_plug hack.
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