Wait x minutes after boot to mount disks?
I have a fileserver that I'm using Wake On Lan. My laptop is setup on bootup to wake up the fileserver and then mount the shared folders. The problem is, my laptop boots up faster then the file server so when my laptop tries to mount the samba shares they aren't available yet.
If I wait until Gnome has finished loading and then run mount -a then by that time the file server is ready and everything mounts without a problem.
What I'm looking for is a way to automatically execute the mount -a command x minutes (or seconds) after gnome has finished loading.
I'm using Gentoo (actually Kororaa) on the laptop and Ubuntu on the file server.