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How to mount a windows shared drive with a name containing spaces

If you are trying to mount a Windows shared folder that has its name containing spaces you can easily mount it sticking 40 instead the space character:

For example, if the box is at the address and the name of the shared folder is "Name with spaces" you can add the following line into your /etc/fstab

// /mnt/name-with-spaces bla bla bla


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