mount -t smbfs -o username=<name>,password=<passwd>
The samba share should mount on your mountpoint.
If that doesn't work -- like if you have a username with a space in it (argh! the Windoze aesthetic is becoming the standard!), you'll need to create a so-called ``credentials file'' and put your info in there. The formatting goes like this:
username=8TRACK0/Nori Heikkinen password=mypassword
... where ``8TRACK0'' is my domain, ``Nori Heikkinen'' is
my username, and ``mypassword'' is my password (not really, ha ha).
You can call this file whatever you want to, and put it wherever you
want. I called mine .smbmount-ned and put it in my homedir;
it really doesn't matter.
Now that you've got that file, you can use it to mount the share:
mount -t smbfs -o
credentials=/home/nori/.smbmount-ned //sambashare /mountpoint
Once this works and you have the share mounted, you can then stick a
similar line in your /etc/fstab, and it will be mounted
automatically every time you boot up. My line looks like this:
//8track/NED /8track/ned smbfs credentials=/home/nori/.smbmount-ned,rw