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fpitinfra
03-Sep-2011, 16:16
Hello everybody,

is there a possibility to mount a cifs share automagicaly at boot
time?
Redhat has a netfs scripts which handles cifs mounts (and other network
filesystems).
In SLES11SP1 I didn't find a similar script. Do I have to write my own
script, or is there a feature which I don't know?

Sincerely
Bernhard


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amo vzug
05-Sep-2011, 08:56
Hi

You can put a line with the correct mount.cifs-syntax in /etc/fstab.
Regards,
Tom


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fpitinfra
07-Sep-2011, 21:36
That's exactly what I did, but when I reboot the machine the CIFS share
is not mounted.
Which rc-script does the actual mount?

Sincerely
Bernhard


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amo vzug
08-Sep-2011, 06:16
You need also to install the samba-client-package.


Code:
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$ zypper install samba-client
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This package installs a new init-script (/etc/init.d/smbfs), which
mounts all cifs-shares registered in /etc/fstab (after
network-startup...of course) ;-).
Regards,
Tom


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