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SMBMOUNT PROBLEMS !

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Hi SAMBA FREAKS !

I saw at my friend´s office that it is possible to mount WIN-NT-Shares of an other computer in my network to a
linux system...(with SMBMOUNT)
But I have the problem that it doesn´t work at my linux system!

I want to mount ->
to my computer with the  IP : 192.164.0.1 (Linux-System)

the SHARES  "/DownUP" and "/LOG" of the NT Workstation
with the
NETBIOS-NAME: "wombel" and IP 192.168.0.3

on the mounting point : /home/marc !!!

How can I do that ?
I tried the following command:
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smbmount //wombel/DOWNUP /home/marc/ -U MARC -C
RESULT :
Nox_machine: unknown host
        The -I option may be useful
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Yours sincerly
Marc


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Does the server exists in hosts or in the dns?

the -c -u shouldnt be capital leters


after the -c short_name_of_computer
-u user_name_on_nt_server

/f
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...in this network only IP is available !

What is the correct syntax of the command ?
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