Automount Samba share during boot. This is very easy to accomplish in Ubuntu or any other Linux distribution.
First backup your original
sudo cp /etc/fstab /etc/fstab.backup
Then, install the
smbfs package if you dont already have it:
sudo apt-get install smbfs
/etc/fstab in your favorite editor.
sudo nano -w /etc/fstab
Add the following line as a new single line into fstab file:
\\SAMBASERVERShareName /mountlocation smbfs user=username,passwd=password 0 0
Automount Samba share Notes
SAMBASERVER is the domain name, hostname or ip address of the Samba server.
ShareName is the name of the samba share (can be found in
/etc/samba/smb.conf file on the server).
/mountlocation is the location on the computer where you would like to mount the Samba share. username and password are the username and password to access the Samba share.
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Here is an example:
\\192.168.1.100movies /media/movies smbfs user=ryan,passwd=xXxXxXxXxXx 0 0
Note that everything is in a single line. “192.168.1.100” can also be mysambaserver.com if you have domain name setup.
I hope it works for you. Good luck!.
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