----- Original Message -----
From: "Kirk Strauser" <com>
Sent: Friday, April 08, 2005 12:52 PM
Subject: Automounting smbfs?
The built-in amd automounter may work great for NFS, but I increasingly find
myself mounting Windows shares and amd doesn't seem to support them. Any
Kirk, here's what I did to auto mount my pesky windows shared backup folder
prior to having a seperate nfs mount to put them.
Configure your share as noauto in /etc/fstab (example)
### SMBFS Mounts
#//usernameserver/share /<mount point> smbfs
noauto,rw,-N,-I=<windows ip#> 0 0
Then, in the root crontab, add this:
Then, in <path_to_your_script> create a file named mbfs.sh and edit it as
echo " "
echo " "
echo "mounting smbfs slices..."
Please keep in mind, that this method will require the proper share auth
info to be in /etc/nsmb.conf, so protect this file as it holds plain text
passwords for your windows systems.
Then on system restart, after everything else is accessible and running,
cron will launch and remount those drives for you.
Hope it helps.
Senior Communications Systems Engineer
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