Via Gnome Nautilus I can easily mount Samba shares from my Ubuntu Server. However, these "mounts" are kinda of fake. Many applications I run do not recognize that Gnome has mounted these server folders and therefore cannot open files off my server.
In the past I created an
/etc/fstab entry and mounted them globally, the
/mnt folder, but this isn't going to work as other people share my Ubuntu laptop.
What's the easiest way to create a "real" samba mount in my (and other people's) home directory? It's fine if its a command or a GUI application that can run when I log in. These server folders don't have to be mounted all the time.