Philip Trickett burst across the net:
>Hi does anyone have any examples of how to put smb mounts in /etc/fstab
>? I would be especially interested in user mountable options, or even
>better how people use smb with autofs.
if you're using redhat 6.0 i suggest looking in the
if not check and see where your distrib hides documentation files or
snarf the samba tarball and read it right from there - www.samba.org.
as an aside, redhat (and other distributions i assume) install docs
that came with the source. redhat puts those in /usr/doc. while not as
standardised in format or quality as the info in /usr/man and /usr/info,
it's a handy resource to check. lilo in particular is well documented
in /usr/doc on every redhat system i've used.
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