[Bug 44874] Re: [Bug 44874] Re: auto smbfs mount in /etc/fstab
causes hald hang at boot
akshoslaa at gmail.com
Thu Jun 1 03:15:45 BST 2006
Have you put noauto in your fstab?
If you can get it to boot with noauto, then a simple sudo mount
/your/share should do it (that's all that's in my startup script)
On 6/1/06, ipguru99 <ipguru99 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have on that boots with the fstab just fine.. but with my laptop, I
> didn't want to do that. I 'had' a file that I made executable and
> clicked on with ease for more than a year.. until I upgraded to Dapper.
> Now the entire box freezes... hard.. I can type it in manually, but if
> I run it, it freezes. I have tested on another laptop, same thing.
> My script was a simple
> <sudo mount -t smbfs -o username=andrea,password=andrea?,dmask=777,fmask=777 //deb/andrea /home/bkastor/test-mount>
> What do you have in your startup script? I am willing to try anything!
> My bug was:https://launchpad.net/bugs/47685,but nobody has responded...
> auto smbfs mount in /etc/fstab causes hald hang at boot
auto smbfs mount in /etc/fstab causes hald hang at boot
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