Access Windows shared drive on Linux.
On Win 7 virtual desktop, create a new folder, C:\SHARED
Share the folder over the network by right clicking on it and slidng down to
Properties. Choose Sharing, then advinced sharing, check-in "share this folder", click onto permissions, select Full Control as demonstrated below:
You can access the shared network drive, 'SHARED', to list, download and upload files via command smbclient on the desktop as follows:
then provide the password of hostadm on Win 7 host.
smbclient //win7/SHARED -U hostadm
To see the list of commands in the smbclient shell, simply type:
Create a new folder and upload file /etc/hosts into it by
put /etc/hosts DIR\hosts
Another way to access the Windows shared drive on Linux is by using smbfs mount.
Install smbfs package on the desktop and mount the shared drive:
You can browse /mnt/smb directory content, copy and delete files in it like on a local file system:
apt-get install cifs-utils
mount -t cifs -o username="hostadm",passwd="unisys" //win7/SHARED /mnt/smb
Unmount the shared file system:
cp /etc/services /mnt/smb
rm -rf /mnt/smb/DIR