How to Mount Network Drives On "FSTAB"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 4, 2012
I'm having Ubuntu Server with samba sharing i want to mount that samba sharing in CentOs 6.2 Permanently in fstab but i'm unable to do that.
I'm able to mount those shares temporarily with this command,
mount -t cifs -o username=gem,password=gem123 //192.168.1.200/Utils /home/test/Desktop/Windows/
This command is running perfectly but this is not permanent.
This is my fstab file.
Kindly let me know that what entry should i use to mount it permanently.
# Created by anaconda on Tue Mar 20 15:28:03 2012
# Accessible filesystems, by reference, are maintained under '/dev/disk'
# See man pages fstab(5), findfs(8), mount(8) and/or blkid(8) for more info
UUID=1fef3795-2f13-4536-9f1f-4f29ceec3499 / ext4 defaults 1 1
UUID=85a41d20-3efd-4410-9bbe-e7ea7f1ddea9 swap swap defaults 0 0
tmpfs /dev/shm tmpfs defaults 0 0
Auto mount network drives based on location
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 18, 2013
Is there a way to automount drives depending on your location, or more specifically depending on which network you are connected to?
I have a Lenovo laptop for work running Ubuntu 13.04 which I take home and travel with. At the moment I am mounting remote machines using SSHFS and NFS via command line when I'm in the office. What I would like to do is automate the process so that when I am at work my machine will automatically mount those drives. Is this possible? I suppose I could simply set them to mount on boot but I'm not sure how that will behave when I am not in the office.
Auto mount network drives on login
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 12, 2009
Okay... I'm a tech guy for a school corporation in Indiana. We just received a grant to get third and 6th grade laptops (2nd grade got theirs last year) and we're putting Ubuntu on them. I'm working with the 6th grade ones to network them with Microsoft's Active Directory, which I have already done. Now the problem is these kids have never had their own login before, nor have they ever had their own drive before (H:\username##$). They can get to their drive, but they have to navigate through the server, and the user pools in order to get to their specific folder in the server. I find this unacceptable. They don't have access to these folders, however I'd rather them not have to go through it that way, in order to keep some security in case something were to go wrong and they did somehow gain access.
So I want to be able to have their drive show up automatically when they login. I don't really mind where, whether it be the desktop, the home folder, or the computer folder. Where doesn'
Mount Network Drives on a specific folder GUI
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 16, 2009
I have two questions:
1) Where are mounted windows shared drives? because I can't see them on /media(
2) Can I mount a windows network drive wherever I want, with some easy GUI program?
Thunar still can't mount network drives in Xubuntu 11.10?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 21, 2011
I read the thunar file manager in XFCE 4.8 would be able to mount network drives.
I frequently mount servers via SSH in Gnome, but I would like to ditch Gnome because I don't like the direction it is headed.
I can't seem to make it work in the newest thunar. I do CTRL-L, then ssh://184.108.40.206. There is no network in the side bar.
Am I doing something wrong or is it broken? Can I specify a custom port, userid and password (I have some servers that aren't on port 22)?
Do I need to install any additional packages to make it work that way?
mount network drives with Qt
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
i try to mount a network drives(CIFS) in Linux with Qt. But it doesnt work. Is there also another solution, without QProcess?
terminalCommand = "mount -t cifs //" + ip + "/folder/ " + mountpath;
mount network drives
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 21, 2010
Hi, anyone knows the path where Fedora mount the network resources connected "via GUI"?
I connect a network drive in this way: menu -> places -> connect to server; and i chose "windows share".
I looked for the mount points used by fedora to explore the mounted resources "via GUI" but I didn't find them.
thanks in advance,
auto mount network drives at start up
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 31, 2013
Hello all, I am having some trouble mounting 2 hard drives that i have attached to a WD TV. I have figured out how to manually mount them but i want them to mount at start up.
From what I gather this is done by editing the /etc/fstab. I have tried this and now have a problem at start up that asks if i want skip and resume start up.
Here is the fstab
UUID=1e09be8c 7edf-4075-bfd9-50c6241af506 / ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1
UUID=fd6f8556-0698-4a18-a16a-e1aa8dbce849 none swap sw 0 0
//192.168.1.110/my_passport-1 /home/josh/my_passport-1 -o guest,rw
//192.168.1.110/my_passport /home/josh/may_passport -o guest,rw
Thanks in advance, and sorry if this question is beating a dead horse.
I forgot to mention that it said there is an error in line one. Not sure where though cause I didn't edit that as far I know.
Okay I've got it so the drives show up under devices but when I click on either one an error shows up saying only root can mount
how to mount linux network drives?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 14, 2012
I setup the home networking between to desktop pc's both running debian wheezy, dnsmasq is the dns and dhcp server, the server ip is 192.168.1.1 and client get the ip 192.168.1.70, my question is how to mount the client pc linux partitions in the server pc with command line?
Unable to mount network shares
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 31, 2011
I'm fairly new to Linux and looking for a bit of hep or advice, I have a low spec pc running Peppermint that I control through remote desktop, I'm trying to access a freenas server and other shres on my network I couldn't see a network browser in the file manager so i installed the SMB4K browser but I cannot mount any shares on the network at all, when I try to mount a share I get the error message "mount.cifs: permission denied: no match for /home/emegra2/smb4k/FREENAS/Serverdrive 1 found in /etc/fstab" if I enable both settings in the superuser tab and try to mount a share I get the error "mount error: could not resolve address for FREENAS: Name or service not known", can anyone give me some idea what may be wrong and how I might fix this, any help would be greatly appreciated
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