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Run terminal sudo command at startup [duplicate]

I need to run the following command at startup or upon login to make my samba share accessible to my file system. How can I make this command run when I start my computer? sudo smbnetfs ~/Shared -o ...
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How to mount a Samba share at boot time? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Proper fstab entry to mount a samba share on boot? How to add samba share to fstab to ensure mounting at boot time?
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Finding the mount equivalent for an smb: URL [duplicate]

I'm running Lubuntu 16.04.1 on my laptop. At work, I plug it into the wall with an Ethernet cable. This provides Internet access and also lets me access a directory of files (perhaps a share, or is it ...
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Sharing partition folder not working after reboot [duplicate]

I’m using Ubuntu 18.04 LTS with 3 hard drive partitions. I installed Samba and shared a folder in the network from the second partition, worked fine but after reboot, I cannot access that folder from ...
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How hold smb in Personal folder? [duplicate]

When I turn on my Ubuntu 14 I have always search my smb. But I use every day, How can I hold smb in Personal folder? See the pics below
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How to permanently mount a Samba share in 12.04 (gnome-shell 3.4)? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 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 ...
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What is causing the "mount: /etc/fstab: parse error at line 16 -- ignored" error?

I am trying to mount 5 samba shares on my machine and I keep getting the same 5 errors: mount: /etc/fstab: parse error at line 16 -- ignored mount: /etc/fstab: parse error at line 17 -- ignored mount:...
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How to access a Windows share via Linux?

I've a windows shared folder which I can access by typing \\share\files\ in "run". I need to use that in Ubuntu. So I added \\share\files\ /mnt/share/ cifs guest,uid=0,iocharset=utf8 0 0 in /etc/...
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Mount samba share at login using startup script (not fstab)

Background I'm trying to automatically execute a command that mounts a password protected Samba share when my user logs in. The catch is, I share my laptop with another user, and I don't want the ...
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Why doesn't Ubuntu 12.04 recognize my Windows 7 partition?

After some problems trying to install Ubuntu alongside Windows 7, now I have Windows 7 installed and it works just fine. But when I am going to install Ubuntu it doesn't recognize my windows. What ...
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How to create a Bookmark that opens a Network shared folder

I am trying to create a bookmark that when I right click the Files icon in the Launcher and select the bookmark it will open the desire network shared folder. Right now it only opens if I have ...
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Mounting network drive fstab

Running this command works and mounts the remote drive: sudo mount 192.168.0.15:/nfs /media/ramtops So when I put this in my /etc/fstab I also expected it to work but it doesn't. Why? What should I ...
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Cant mount smb on boot

I want to try and mount a smb shared network drive on boot. The following command works for me when I put it in a terminal. sudo mount -t cifs -o -credentials=/home/pi/.smbcredentials,vers=3.0,uid=...
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Open smb drive mounted through dolphin in terminal

At my workplace we have a shared network drive. I usually mount the network drive through Nautilus, but I'm honestly not very happy with Nautilus. This means that I would like to change from Nautilus ...
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Have to be root to access a CIFS mount within a home directory. Why is that?

I have mounted a CIFS share on my ubuntu box by adding the below line to my fstab file. The share mounts without drama however if i try access the share as myself i get a permissions error, however if ...
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