Quote Originally Posted by dmizer View Post
Linux is not Windows, so it doesn't matter if Windows works or not, it could still be a firewall problem. Try without it.
To make sure it wasn't a firewall problem, I had my router forward port 445 to the correct computer, and I opened up port 445 in the Windows Firewall.

Quote Originally Posted by dmizer View Post
Does the share mount if you run this command?
Code:
sudo mount -a
No, it still hangs with the same error displayed in dmesg.

Here is the output:

Code:
tylergreen@singularity:~$ sudo mount -v -a
mount: proc already mounted on /proc
mount: UUID=9647ecf0-850e-4afd-96ee-a23c0ea4c988 already mounted on /boot

mount.cifs kernel mount options: unc=//$IP_ADDRESS\SharedDocs,ip=$IP_ADDRESS,user=root,ver=1,rw,guest,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777
Quote Originally Posted by dmizer View Post
Is your computer connecting wirelessly?
Yes, it is.