Trying to mount a remote file system:
sudo mount -t cifs "//some.url/path" '~ / local.path' -o username = $ (Whoami), rw, iocharset = utf8, uid = 1000, noperm
I get a mistake with a rather uncertain comment. What is the problem, how to mount?
Mount: Wrong FS Type, Bad Option, Bad Superblock on Some.url / Path, Missing Codepage or Helper Program, OR Other Error (For Sevel Filesystems (EG NFS, CIFS) You Might Need A / Sbin / Mount. Helper Program)
In Some Cases Useful Info Is Found in Syslog – Try DMesg | Tail or SO.
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In this case, the relative part of the error message that says the utility required to work with the file system cifs :
For Sevel FileSystems (E.G. NFS, CIFS) You Might Need A / Sbin / Mount. Helper Program
To mount the desired file system, such as CIFS or NFS, you must install the appropriate utilities.
Check the ability to work:
ls -l /ssbin/mount.cifs LS -L /Sbin/mount.nfs.
Is the package installed:
dpkg -l cifs-utils DPKG -L NFS-COMMON
Set (Example for Debian / Ubuntu, similar packages are for other batch managers):
sudo apt-get install cifs-utils Sudo Apt-Get Install NFS-COMMON