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Re: CIFS at boot



Removing the 'auto' didn't work. But like I said, strangly enough, when I do
a 'mount -a' after boot, it mounts, so some part of /etc/fstab must be
correct.

On 10/19/05, Jack Challen <jack_challen ocsl co uk> wrote:
>
> Devon Harding wrote:
> > //neptune/share /share cifs auto,credentials=/root/.cifsusers 0 0
>
> Try taking out "auto". BTW, be sure to protect access rights on that
> /root/.cifsusers file!
>
> jack
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