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odious1 07-03-2003 02:52 PM

Automatically mount file shares?
 
Is there any way to automatically mount network shares at boot? I am using RH 7.2. I can mount these resources using smbmount but is there a way to do it automatically.

And along similar lines, is there a Linux equivalent to Windows refresh? For example I mount a floppy (mount /dev/fdo) and change the disk is there a way to access new files without umount and mount?

david_ross 07-03-2003 02:57 PM

Re: Automatically mount file shares?
 
Quote:

Originally posted by odious1
Is there any way to automatically mount network shares at boot? I am using RH 7.2. I can mount these resources using smbmount but is there a way to do it automatically.

Yes - just add an entry to /etc/fstab
Quote:

Originally posted by odious1
And along similar lines, is there a Linux equivalent to Windows refresh? For example I mount a floppy (mount /dev/fdo) and change the disk is there a way to access new files without umount and mount?
No you need to mount and unmount.


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