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Dumb question maybe, but does the Samsung stock kernel support Cifs? Is there any kernels out there that will? I really would like to mount my linux server.
 
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Just use an APP??

https://play.google.com/store/search?q=CIFS&c=apps
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Dumb question maybe, but does the Samsung stock kernel support Cifs? Is there any kernels out there that will? I really would like to mount my linux server.
ES File Explorer (among others) supports samba shares (public and user/pass); it's all I use anymore for moving files between phone & NAS, as well as for streaming video directly (when my PLEX machine is down). Haven't bothered with system-level CIFS mounts in quite a while.
Primary Phone: Note3 (SM-N900T); ROM: CyanogenMod 11 (KitKat 4.4.*); kernel: Stock @ 2.3GHz; misc: Incipio DualPro; 64GB class10 microSDXC
Other devices: Nexus 10 (stock), Moto X (GSM, unlocked & rooted)
Retired devices: SGS1 Captivate (SGH-i897) (internal flash died), SGS3 (SGH-i747), Nexus 7 (2012), Kindle Fire (otter), OG Galaxy Tab 7, ...)
 
 
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Compulsion Kernel v14 does. Also, I think Civz kernel also has it.
Haven't gotten it to work yet, though.

Update:
Got it to work within the CifsManager app by following These steps.
Unfortunately, other apps can't access the files and show the mount points as empty folders.
However, there's a solution I will try to see if it fixes it.
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