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Zend certified lead developer at Mosaic in Brighton with a passion for web application development and motorcycles.

I have written a book! Functional Programming in PHP.

Any code samples that I have written and include on stackoverflow are Unlicensed and intended for the public domain.


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accepted How can I easily turn a network mount in Nautilus into an fstab entry?
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comment How can I easily turn a network mount in Nautilus into an fstab entry?
I do want it in fstab as I will also be accessing the share over the command line as well.
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comment How can I easily turn a network mount in Nautilus into an fstab entry?
I do want it in fstab as I will also be accessing the share over the command line. I already have my server linked in via fstab this way so I just need to get one for the office downstairs linked up :)
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comment How can I easily turn a network mount in Nautilus into an fstab entry?
Thanks for your answer, but I already know the mount command and the fstab syntax. I want to be able to create a share from a network mount that nautilus has setup. I don't know any of the details of that share - perhaps there is some way to just get these from a properties dialogue so I can set it up in fstab manually?
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accepted How can I get the programmes I use everyday to auto start at boot in the specified Workspaces?
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comment How can I get the programmes I use everyday to auto start at boot in the specified Workspaces?
I have taken a look at this, but I am not clear on what it does. Any additional tips would be greatly appreciated.
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comment How can I get the programmes I use everyday to auto start at boot in the specified Workspaces?
@psusi I don't shutdown everyday. Usually only at the weekends, but it is still 52 times a year I have to fiddle getting everything just right again.