And removed the script and re-installed but to no avail.
I *can* mount the shares manually using this command or similar:
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sudo mount -t cifs -o username=ksburgess //192.168.0.10/Books /mnt/samba/Books
(after manually creating the directory)
A couple of weeks ago one of my Windows machines stopped being able to access shares. I tried a bunch of different things, and finally resetting my user's password and re-defining the Samba password for that user worked to get the Windows box connecting again. I figured that out just a few nights ago, so it's possible the mount_shares_locally script stopped working after that.
But when I re-set the script, I also redefined the .smb_credentials to match (and maybe I should have done this first off but I didn't really realize all that was going on until trying to walk back through configuration). So I think all the credentials are correct. I'm not sure why it's not working for me. I cleared it off, set it back up, and I've rebooted several times.
What should I do next to troubleshoot?