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Old 11-08-2001, 07:39 PM   #1
bobthebat
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Question Mounting samba shares as they become avaliable


Is there some way that I can set up my linux box (slack 8) to mount samba shares whenever they are needed, and then unmount them when the hosts go offline? I am trying to set up an account for people who know basically nothing about linux, but need access to windows shares on my network. Perhaps there is a simpler way I'm overlooking also?
 
  


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