I ended up creating a volume name and using the volume name inside the fstab file.e2label /dev/sda1 /newvideo
# Created b... [by jsniper]
I have an smb share on a NAS that I am trying to mount on a Debian box (RaspPi). So far so good.
Now here's what odd to me, maybe somebody have an idea why this happening.
I added the following entry in my fstab file :
$ //192.168.1.xx/yann /home/pi/buffalo cifs guest,uid=1000 0 0
but at boot time, the volume is not mounted.
I am trying to mount a volume on a RHEL 6.4 virtual machine permanently.
My fstab entry is as:
172.17.4.228:/bp_nfs_test1 /mnt1 nfs rsize=8192,wsize=8192,intr
And I mounted the volume as:
mount 172.17.4.228:/bp_nfs_test1 /mnt1
When I run df -h I can see the volume and able to access it properly.
But when I reboot the VM, the mount is gone and not able to access it anymore