Recently upgraded to Kernel 4.13.0-26-generic x86_64 to (partially) mitigate the Spectre / meltdown threat. Upon reboot, I can no longer mount my CIFS drive from the command line. I get
even though the host isn't down.mount error(112): Host is down
I can still see the drive in my networked drives, and copy files, I just can't attach it to a mount point. If I reboot with the old kernel, everything is fine. I hate to leave my system vulnerable, is there anything else I can try? I have two other mint systems with the old kernel, and they mount the drive w/o any problem.