Originally Posted by _motley
Hi, "built in cifs" means that support is built into the kernel binary so there is no need to load a kernel module. With apps like cifs manager, you don't need to configure it to load a module, it just works. Hope this helps.
But it does not work for me. I am trying the cifsmanager and get an error stating no such device or address, i thought this is due to cifs not loaded as could not see it running when i execute lsmode command. Can you help me out understand what the problem is?
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