Here is a way you can have a share mount at boot.
First open a terminal, it should open at your home directory. Type the following:
~/.smbcredentials in your favorite editor and add the following lines
username=your user name
password=you user password
Save the file and open terminal again and type:
sudo chmod 600 .smbcredentials
now open your
/etc/fstab file... you can open it in terminal
sudo vi or with your favorite terminal program or use
sudo gedit or whatever your favorite GUI editor is (the file has to be edited in root or you wont be able to save it)
At the end of the
/etc/fstab file you will need to add a line for each share with the format of
shared directory path/name
the location of the folder it will be mapped to on your system
a line to your credentials file with some other stuff .. I will give you an example but the paths will all be wrong .. you will need to change them to fit the shares you are using.
For instance .. if I have a share called Downloads on a network computer named MAIN (you can also use the IP address such as //192.168.1.102)and I wanted it to be mapped to a folder located at
/media/user/myshare and my local user name is Joe the line would look like this:
//MAIN/Downloads /media/user/myshare cifs credentials=/home/Joe/.smbcredentials,users,iocharset=utf8,sec=ntlm 0 0
//192.168.1.102/Downloads /media/user/myshare cifs credentials=/home/Joe/.smbcredentials,users,iocharset=utf8,sec=ntlm 0 0
with the information you supplies the correct line will be:
//192.168.192.62/volume1/video/Movies /media/NAS-movies cifs credentials=/home/mark/.smbcredentials,users,iocharset=utf8,sec=ntlm 0 0
it does look identical as to what you gave me but give it a try .. its late for me i may have missed something :D
A few things to be aware of ... Linux is case sensitive so if the share is called Downloads you need to use Downloads .. downloads is not the same folder. The folder you are mapping the share on the local machine must exist or fstab will fail.
Once you have set up this share and saved the file... unmount the share and and type in terminal:
sudo mount -a
and see if you have any errors ... if there are no errors check to see if the share is mounted .. if it is .. then you did everything right and every time the computer is booted that share will be mounted ... just follow the same steps to create any other shares on your NAS.. .. of course .. you only have to do the smbcredential file once so adding any other shares will just be changing the first two parts of the line we added.
After a chat with the OP we found out that he was missing some important files like samba and cifs once we got the all the files the system needed we were able to resolve the problem