I have tried to see if I could see the mount from a machine running Windows 7, and the mount is discovered through the file browser, and I can access it, so I know there isn’t a problem on the smb side.
On Fedora 30, I was able to access the share using the ‘Add Network Folder’ option in Dolphin.
if Fedora: what are the selinux labels of the share (see ls -lZ) ?
the share name is “admin/sharename” ?
I just setup a F31(Gnome) in an virtual machine (with a bridged IP adresse) to test smb problems in another thread in this forum.
My other box (the smb client) is also an F31(Gnome).
I test all your above commands except your part with dolphin, but did it with nautilus.
I have neither trouble to mount the shares nor do I see your above errors
So I wonder what is so different to your and my box (except KDE) regarding samba ?
on what OS is the samba server running ?
It’s a Huawei F2000 modem with a USB stick plugged into it. It has a Samba sharing service which I have enabled. It then shares out the contents of the USB stick.