Quote Originally Posted by snm_cal View Post
It is giving an error "Transport endpoint is not connected." and the network folder is disappearing from media.
There's a library bug that hasn't been fixed for years. Installing an older version will do the trick, but I just learnt multithreading is the blame. Just disable that in your fuse and you should be fine. This is no problem unless you have multiple users on the same computer using thuse fuses at the same time.

Quote Originally Posted by albertomm View Post
Try this:
fusesmb -s /path/to/mountpoint
it solved the problem for me (xubuntu jaunty)

It seems that some library on witch fusesmb depends isn't thread safe. The -s switch forces fusesmb to use only one thread.