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How to properly set up a 'network drive' in Ubuntu 14.04 [closed]

I've got a NAS in my home network, which can serve files both via CIFS or NFS. Some of the shares require a username and password and I want all machines to automatically mount the shares on boot. ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 : How do you use mount.cifs, mount.nfs, they are not in the repositories any more?

In Ubuntu 12 LTS, I always used mount.cifs and mount.nfs Now they are not in the Ubuntu 14.04 repository, so how do you use mount cifs and mount nfs or install them in 14? Thanks i.e.) Ubuntu ...
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(Re)mount all network drives from fstab

From Gentoo, I remember a separate /etc/init.d entry for mounting network drives (i.e., separate from local drives). In Ubuntu, there is umountnfs.sh, which is used during shutdown (in order to ...
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NFS/CIFS on Ubuntu

Network File Server running on Ubuntu 13.04: How to make Ubuntu 13.04 desktop my file server (NFS/CIFS shares) for Linux/Windiws clients using IPv4?
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How do I mount a CIFS share?

I'm using Ubuntu 11.10, and am trying to mount a freenas server. I have the server set to share in cifs and nfs with no luck. I have tried smbmount //192.168.1.### /mnt/ I am not new to Ubuntu but ...