Mapping Network Folders
manu at ubuntu-fr.org
Thu Dec 20 18:06:43 UTC 2007
2007/12/20, Will <will at ncats.net>:
> I'm running Edubuntu 7.1 with Kerbos and Samba.
> My users logon to the Edubuntu server and are authenticated by our active
> directory domain. I want to script their personal user shares so that
> they are accessible in the network list. If the user logs on, gets their
> gnome session and then clicks on Places | "Connect to Server" they are
> presented an applet that allows them to connect to a windows share by
> providing only the server name, share, and display name. Duplicating this
> functionality from the command line would be perfect. Can anyone tell
> what command to use or if a command line syntax even exists?
> Alternatively, I have researched using smbmount and fstab, but this is not
> a desirable solution. Especially when I see gnome provides the exact
> functionality I need via the gui without the need to retype passwords or
> have them hard coded anywhere. I'm assuming there must be a way to script
> Thanks! Any help is greatly appreciated.
Perhaps can you use libpam-mount (
Emmanuel Le Normand
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