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PRs for manpage 'mount_smbfs(8)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'mount_smbfs(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:38:10 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'mount_smbfs(8)':
o2013/08/27bin/181578mount_smbfs(8) fails to mount with non-root privileges
o2008/10/29bin/128465[request] mount_smbfs(8) does not support IPv6
o2008/02/25bin/121072fs[smbfs] mount_smbfs(8) cannot normally convert the character-code.
o2007/10/18bin/117315fs[smbfs] mount_smbfs(8) and related options can't mount administration mounts (c$, d$, etc) on Windows PCs
o2007/03/04bin/109827mount_smbfs(8) didn't handle password authentication correctly
o2004/12/21bin/75362mount_smbfs(8) No buffer space available
6 problems total.


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