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?
Any easy way to have ubuntu remount all currently mounted devices on reboot?
I know that I can add the entries to fstab, but I would prefer a method that would just "remember" what I currently have mounted and mount them back on reboot (and not mount any devices that have been unmounted not in fstab)
(machines A and B both 10.04)
First /dev/sda1 is mounted in /media/big on machine A through fstab
Then it's shared through "Sharing options" which makes it available on machine B: Places > Network > A > Windows Shares > Big
Now I'd rather have it mounted in B on startup.
I got really, really sick of the 20 second delay and the wall of cifs errors I got when I mounted my samba shares thru fstab. All of the errors pertain to trying to mount the shares with no network. Once I was logged on, my shares where mounted so I didn't pay too much attention to it.