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Old 07-02-2009, 04:46 PM   #1
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File sharing with cifs

I just setup the linux and local winxp, in winxp I am sharing a folder with linux. In the linux side, I use cifs to mount the sharing folder. I am doing that for each single users, that is, I have the following sharing

Windows user/folder Linux user/folder
UserA/mysharing /home/UserA/sharing
UserB/mysharing /home/UserB/sharing
UserC/mysharing /home/UserC/sharing

and I also want these setup automatically when users in linux logon, how to do that?
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What do you mean by "I also want these setup automatically when users in linux logon"?


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