After trying to mount a samba share using fs-cifs on my Audrey, my advice is, don't do it!
I couldn't make my Audrey mount a Linux (RH 9 - 2.4.20-6) Samba share with my MP3 collection. I finally gave up and switched to NFS. Took 5 minutes to figure out NFS for the first time, and it works great.
The Samba share worked ok, but after about 3 or 5 minutes, the share would drop and the mount point on the Audrey would disapppear. If you, like me, want to be able to mount the Linux box with your MP3s from both your windows boxes and your Audrey, just run both SMB and NFS on your linux box.
To export the linux shares via NFS:
1) Edit /etc/exports:
2) Run exportfs -av
3) On audrey, mount the nfs share using
/nto/bin/fs-nfs2 192.168.1.102:/home/mp3/MP3/ /mp3
where 192.168.1.102 is the IP of my nfs server, /home/mp3/MP3 is the path on the server that is exported (as referred to in /etc/exports), and /mp3 is the mount point on the audrey
Happy to help if I can - mrechs at contentproject dot com