So I downloaded and installed smb4k as a graphical samba interface. I use it to drop and pick up files for work onto our server (duh).
The first time it ran it was flawless and great. Once I put in my authentication it performed beautifully and made me happy.
Then i shut down and restarted. Now I can view all the things I need ot in most cases: the worlgroup, the server, I can even see the individually shared directories on the machine. But when i try to open the directory (mount the share) I get the following error:
smbmnt must be installed suid root for direct user mounts (500,500)
Well, what the hell is that? It worked the first time. I doubt anything has changed since then. Any thoughts? It doesn't make sense to me.