New answers tagged automount
Using the System Menu > Preferences > Personal > File Management Here you have multiple option to select.
udisksctl mount -b /dev/yourblockdevice Worked for me. Adapted from http://superuser.com/questions/638225/manually-trigger-automount-in-debian-based-linux
Thanks to @chtaylor, I was originally able to resolve this by removing the sgrp attribute from all entries in pam_mount.conf.xml. Later I realized that the sgrp attribute works only if the group is user's primary group. So changing sgrp="residents" to sgrp="domain users" made the volumes available for me again because domain users is by default the primary ...
My guess is that //myservername/data/Departments/ /home/raspberry01/Desktop/WI cifs,_netdev,auto,rw,username=mydomianusername,password=mypassword 0 0 should be //myservername/data/Departments/ /home/raspberry01/Desktop/WI cifs _netdev,auto,rw,username=mydomianusername,password=mypassword 0 0 The file system "cifs" is a column of it's own and the ...
You can do this in the Disks application, it is preinstalled, search in the dash and open it. Now click the partition on the left and under the diagram in the center click the little cog icon Now choose edit mount options and make the settings, Automatic mount > off, Mount at startup > on, Show in interface > on and Require additional ...
Top 50 recent answers are included