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Old 03-03-2002, 06:07 AM   #1
shassouneh
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how to automatically map a netowrk drive with every boot?


Hi All, Two questions here:
1.) how do you make linux map a netowrk resource into a directory every time it boots up? I have attempted to put this line in my /etc/fstab file but it didn't work for some reason:

//windowsmachine/resource /MP3 smbfs

NOTE: The windowsmachine is Windows 2000 Server, and it requires no password to log in, just a user name "guest".

Can anyone help me here?

2.) Look at 1.) above, how can I make this share availab;e/accessible as READ/WRITE to ALL users!? I tried chmod 777 ut that did NOT work


Please respond! I really want to know!
 
  


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