So how exactly do I do that? But since this is an original Dream Multimedia box with Enigma2 I don’t have the options Network Browser or Mount Manager in the network settings menu so I can’t do this easily via the menu, not without changing the image of the Dreambox. It gave me mount: Neither of these commands is telnet. No such device On this last line I was trying to use the network name of the computer instead of the IP address in the fstab file.
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This is the output: So how exactly do I do that? I think that second line shows because the IP is wrong.
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I solved the problem by creating a new folder and a new share in Windows and then using mount -t cifs command. I followed this guide: No oopendreambox-1.6 device I tried editing and updating the fstab file in different ways, like adding extra spaces Email Required, but never shown.
On your Linux machine, create the mountpoint for the sharedfolder: Unicorn Meta Zoo 9: How do we handle problem users? Sign up to join this community. I ooendreambox-1.6 tried creating a folder named newfolder. No such file or directory root dmhd: On this last line I was trying to use the network name of the computer instead of the IP address in the fstab file.
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Sorry Sammy, sudo is just an easy way to run a command as root. No such device or address root dmhd: I have read that it’s possible to mount it through Telnet.
No such device This last line is because I still had that line added to the fstab file. It gave me mount: I have found these two commands on the web: To test without rebooting run: This last line is because I still had that line added to the fstab file.
Also, it is “username” and not opendrrambox-1.6. I tried editing and updating the fstab file in different ways, like adding extra spaces Active 3 years, 7 months ago.
It looks like it worked this time The general format of the file is: I know that these commands are not telnet per say, but I can obviously send commands after establishing a telnet session with the box using PuTTYtel.