I always mounted my floppy, optical discs, then USB drives to BSD-type mount points. In the last few years I learned you can set mount points in fstab,but is there any way to get KDE (3/TDE and/or 4) to auto-mount devices according to fstab?
I don't have permission to mount a smb share with the mount command or by using /etc/fstab, but I'm able to use the smb protocol in Nautilus (smb://10.1.1.1/share), for example ...
Is it possible to grep a file or use any command in it in these conditions like I do in local files?
The following command works:sudo mount -t nfs enzo:/volume1/share /nasbut if I reboot with this in my /etc/fstab, it wont mount /nas:enzo:/volume1/share /nas nfs rw,hard,intr,_netdev 0 0I have rpc-gssd, rpc-mountd rpc-statd services enabled. What am I missing? Thanks