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Automount SAMBA (Windows) share points at boot
Authored by: sebastienb on Oct 24, '03 01:00:54PM

This is probably a better way than, say, putting the drive in the login items for your account. Putting a samba share in the login item has caused me problems in the past (under 10.1x mostly)



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Automount SAMBA (Windows) share points at boot
Authored by: slap on May 05, '04 08:26:23PM

here's a much more mac friendly type to mount NFS volumes on your computer. connect to the NFS (samba) server. On successful authentication a file will be generated in your account under the ~yourusername/Library/Recent Servers. Take that file and place it in your your Startup Items (Apple Menu > System Preferences > Accounts > Startup items). Logout and log back in. It will launch that file and automount your NFS volume if you have the password in your keychain otherwise it will ask for authentication.

good luck thanks for the other insight.



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