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Old 01-20-2009, 12:07 PM   #1
steeleweb
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Create login script to access shares on windows servers from ubuntu 8.10


I am looking for something to create scripts to b used on my ubuntu PC for login purpose to mount shares for individual users.

I have batch scripts wich on use for my 2000/XP PC, needing help with creating them for Ubuntu so when those users login they will have the correct shares mounted.
 
Old 01-20-2009, 12:44 PM   #2
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Just populate /etc/fstab with mount points for you shares.

There are a lot of examples on the web, for instance this one. Only bear in mind that smbfs is now superseded by cifs as the file system to use.

To know more, as usual see 'man mount', 'man fstab' and, if if you need info about the server side of the world, 'man samba'.

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Old 06-02-2009, 12:46 PM   #3
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Just populate /etc/fstab with mount points for you shares.

There are a lot of examples on the web, for instance this one. Only bear in mind that smbfs is now superseded by cifs as the file system to use.

To know more, as usual see 'man mount', 'man fstab' and, if if you need info about the server side of the world, 'man samba'.
That's nice. Oh, unless you have a few hundred or thousand users in different locations with differnet mount points. Then poulating fstab is not feasible.
 
  


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