Ok, I've got a problem.
I've got 2 raspberry Pi's:
- one running raspbmc with samba shares enabled
- one running raspbian
I want to connect to the 'pi' samba share on the raspbmc pi from the raspbian pi and regardless of what I do, I always get "mount error(112): Host is down", now I can connect to the raspbmc share from a windows pc and I can ping the raspbmc pi from the raspbian pi.
I've tried mounting the pi using the mount command, using various command similar to this:
sudo mount -t cifs -v -o username=pi,password=raspberry //192.168.1.100/pi /home/pi/mount/path
I've also tried modifying /etc/fstab and mounting at boot
All with the same result:
mount error(112): Host is down
When clearly it isn't!
Has anyone got any advice? What am I missing? Can anyone recreate this?
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Thanks kingosticks. That fixed the problem I was having accessing our Seagate media center. The Raspbian File Manager could get in without any problems but mount wasn't working for me until I added vers=1.0.