Not to sound rude, I just don't have enough experience with scripting or linux in general at this point to understand what you just said!
But googling I found two apparent workarounds to the problem, one involved a script and linking that I found here: http://www.jejik.com/articles/2007/0...res_with_cifs/
I understood what the point was, but not understanding what was actually going on I put that one on the back burner when I found this:
You can use the following work around:
"You should see :
S<nr>wpa-ifupdown the nr is probably 15
S<nr>umountnfs.sh that nr is probably 31
sudo mv S31umountnfs.sh S14umountnfs.sh
The point is to give the umountnfs.sh a lower as your wpa-ifupdown.sh
Follow the above steps also for /etc/rc0.d (Thanks to Deb Early for the suggestion)"
I took that from here: http://blog.avirtualhome.com/2008/03...-cifs-related/
which I'm pretty sure is just moving up the unmounting of the shares.... It worked like a charm, but my machine shutdown so fast it made me nervous. Did I just jump too far in the shutdown process so that I might be causing damage like just pulling the power?