Proper fstab entry to mount a samba share on boot?
Currently I have a number of share folders that I am using as a very simple home server for media and other files.
This works for a manual mount every time - like clock work:
sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.1.121/mymusic /media/mymusic -o username=majikwah,password=Br6adigo
However, I have to mount these every time I reboot. Is there a way to mount permanently? I have poked around with a few solutions found here, but I think I got in over my head in editing the
Any thoughts, suggestions would be helpful.