[kde-linux] Connecting to a samba share at startup

Werner Joss werner at hoernerfranzracing.de
Mon Jul 30 16:13:37 UTC 2007

On Monday 30 July 2007 13:22:50 Anne Wilson wrote:
> Yes, of course.  I should have remembered that.   Could you give me an
> example of the syntax for passing username and password?  I've little
> experience of shellscripts, and none for this kind of job.  Thanks

oh, well,
I must admit I can't give you an exact example for smbmount syntax, as I don't 
have smbmount installed (using nfs here) - but that should not be a problem - 
just try 'man smbmount'...
as for the rest, maybe it is better you take the approch proposed by boyan, 
via /etc/fstab, so the remote share will already be mounted at login time.
the method which I proposed is not suitable if you intend to mount $HOME from 
a remote server, as it requires access to your local $HOME _before_ mounting 

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