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Posted at 8/4/2018 00:57:31     
I have two identical ROC-RK3328-CC's running Ubuntu. They both have external usb drives attached. These drives are successfully mounted and shared on the network, and visible to other devices on the LAN. I wish to mount the one ROC's network share on the other. I can mount ROC1's share successfully from a RPi on the LAN with the command:

sudo mount -t cifs -o username=firefly '\\192.168.1.173\EXTERNAL' /mnt/Firefly1

This works fine (of course, after previously creating the mount point on the Pi, responding to the password prompt, etc.; 'EXTERNAL' is the name of the share and 192.168.1.173 is the IP address of ROC1).
When I try to execute this same command from ROC2 (of course I created the mount point first) I get:

mount error: cifs filesystem not supported by the system
mount error(19): No such device

I had previously installed the packages on ROC2 (and ROC1) with:

sudo apt-get install samba-common smbclient samba-common-bin smbclient cifs-util

However, even after installing these packages (and rebooting, etc.) modprobe cifs gives:

modprobe: FATAL: Module cifs not found in directory /lib/modules/4.4.114

How can I mount one ROC's smb share on another? Thanks!




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Posted at 8/8/2018 19:43:46     
Try using armbian image it should have the module compiled in.
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