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Re: pam_mount SMB




On 11/27/05, LeRoy DeVries <dutch1918@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sunday 27 November 2005 12:39, David Wolever wrote:
> Why not just use /etc/fstab?
> You would add a line that would look something like:
> //dw/SharedDocs /mnt/music smbfs
> username=USERNAME,password=PASSWORD,uid=YOUR_USERNAME,gid=YOUR_GROUP 0
> 0
> That would cause /mnt/music to be mounted automagically on
> boot.
>
> David

Because SUSE does not allow it to mount unless you are root. I know.. it's
dumb.

I don't know of any distros that do (except possibly pmount... but thats different).
Adding that to /etc/fstab should cause it to be mounted on boot, and the uid=,gid= causes it to be mounted so that your user can read/write it. 

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