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Written by Oleksandr Gavenko (AKA gavenkoa), compiled on 2017-01-30 from rev ccaa2f364422+.

Samba.

Installing smbfs.

Install smbfs package:

$ apt-get install smbfs

Create new group:

$ groupadd smbgrp

Add permitions for user that may used mount point:

$ useradd me smbgrp
$ useradd you smbgrp

Make password file:

$ cat >/etc/.smbpass
username=<smb-user>
password=<smb-pass>
domain=<WORKGROUP>
^D

Make mount point:

$ mkdir /mnt/smb
$ chgrp smbgrp /mnt/smb
$ chmod 770 /mnt/smb

Add this line to /etc/fstab:

XXX correct uid=root,gid=smbgrp,umode=775,fmask=775
//192.168.xx.xx/share-point  /mnt/smb  smbfs  rw,credentials=/etc/.smbpass,uid=root,gid=smbgrp,umode=775,fmask=775

Recursively getting files.

You can use TAB``completion in ``smbclient:

$ mkdir $DEST
$ cd $DEST
$ smbclient -U $DOMAIN/$DOMAINUSER //$IP/$SHARE $DOMAINPASSWORD
smb> prompt
smb> recurse
smb> mget directory\
...
smb> quit

Alternative syntax to run smbclient:

$ smbclient -U $USER //$IP/$SHARE $PASSWORD
...

or:

$ smbclient -U $USER //$IP/$SHARE
Password:
...

Alternative syntax for smbclient and additional commands:

mask ""
recurse ON
prompt OFF
cd 'path\to\remote\dir'
lcd '~/path/to/local/dir'
mget *

To list all available shares:

$ smbclient -U $USER -L //$IP