rolmonortr fs-cifs is a QNX application that allows Audrey to "mount" a shared Windows or Linux/Samba (CIFS) drive over the network. For example, if you right-click on a folder in Windows and select "Sharing", you can allow other PC's to access the drive. fs-cifs only supports share-level access control, however.
The command is a little more complicated than the cifs daemons on some OSes, and the flags aren't well documented. Here is what a correct command will look like:
fs-cifs -a //pc:192.168.1.2:/Audrey /mnt user password
In this example:
- The sharing computer's network name is "pc"
- The sharing computer's IP address is "192.168.1.2"
- The sharing computer's share name is "/Audrey"
- We are mounting this to "/mnt" (which must be a directory which already exists)
- The share password is "password"