This is a quick post on how to share files between your Windows file system and Linux. In this case I am running andLinux .
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Anyhow back to the topic, thanks to John Strumila for this one.
First install the appropriate samba packages.
sudo apt-get install samba smbfs smbclient
Create a new directory for the mountpoint
Mount the share changing cifs to smbfs depending on your config
sudo mount -t cifs //your.shared.windows.path/name /mnt/yourshare -o user=domain/uid%password
Display the new share via the df command
You can now access the new shared mount :
ls -ltra /mnt/yourshare