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How to add cifs support to nanopi2 fire?

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I'm a happy nanopi2 fire user. However, I noticed the lack of cifs support in the kernel that comes with the prebuilt linux image. Would it be possible to add the lacking cifs.ko so I can install cifs-utils and mount samba shares? If so, could you explain in detail the necessary steps or provide a prebuilt image with integrated cifs support? Thanks in advance.....
Any one?
Sorry we didn't test this feature. You may have to google it.
I was able to add the missing cifs support to the kernel by recompiling it, using the tutorials on FriendlyArm's wiki page.
Good tutorial by the way!
A new uImage file was created that I put on the root folder of the first partition on the SD card. After a successful boot, I installed cifs-utils and mounted a samba successfully.
There is a way to have your img ? I don't have ubuntu and idk how to do that with windows :/

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