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On Fri, 2005-05-06 at 15:35 -0400, Karl Zander wrote:
> There is a Windows share that we would like to mount at boot time. Is that
> We have smbsf compiled into the kernel. Using smbmount we can mount and
> access that share now. Is it somehow possible to put this into /etc/fstab
> so it can mount at boot? Or is there another way?
//server/share /where/you/want/it smbfs noatime username=foo,password=blah 0 0
or something quite similar should do the trick. I've used it in the
past, so it is possible to directly mount from /etc/fstab.
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