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RE: CIFS at boot



Hi Devon,

you should be able to do this in fstab. Just follow the normal fstab format and in the options column specify "credentials=/my/secret/file".

Have my secret file contain the username and password of the share you want access.

$ cat /my/secret/file
username = someone
passoword = secret
$

Hope that helps
Nick .


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Devon Harding [mailto:devonharding gmail com]
> Sent: 19 October 2005 03:36
> To: redhat-list redhat com
> Subject: CIFS at boot
> 
> 
> How can I get cifs mount a mount point at boot up on FC4? I 
> normally do this
> manually
> 
> mount -t cifs //server/share /share -o user=john,pass=doe
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> -Devon
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