Jim Duey jduey at
Fri Jul 20 06:02:01 EST 2001

I'm trying to get Samba running on a Walnut board.  I've got everything
compiled and I can connect to SMB shares on Windows machines using
smbclient, but I can't get smbfs support compiled into the kernel so I
can mount Windows shares in the directory tree.  I'm using Monta Vista's
HHL 1.2 kit and I've download the latest version of the kernel sources
from the ftp site.  When I run 'make menuconfig', I can select SMB
support and 'make dep' and 'make zImage' complete with no errors.
 However, after booting the board, smbfs support doesn't appear in
/proc/filesystems.  Is this somehow disabled in the HHL distribution of
the kernel?  If not, can someone point me to the file controls the
inclusion of SMB into the kernel?


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