[ubuntu-uk] Mounting NFS shares permanently
sfgreenwood at gmail.com
Fri May 11 19:51:28 UTC 2012
On 11 May 2012 20:17, mac <ammonius.grammaticus at gmx.co.uk> wrote:
> On 11/05/12 19:36, Simon Greenwood wrote:
>> Try mounting a share individually with mount -t nfs ip.ad.dr.es:/share
>> /mountname but there is a bug that seems to fit your problem:
> Yes, that looks very similar to my experience. But I see there's only one
> poster, and nothing further since end of March. :(
> Across Linux machines, SSHFS is a viable alternative - that's the SSH
>> option in File | Connect to Server in Nautilus.
> Don't you have to do that manually on every machine every time you start
> it? I could do with the shares mounting automatically (if only because the
> Thunderbird profile is on a network share).
> As it looks like this may not get fixed in 12.04 any time soon, I think
> I'll go back to using Samba (which may no longer have the problems with
> unmounting at shutdown that chronically plagued it before, and caused me to
> move to NFS in the first place.)
> Thanks for taking the trouble to search out the bug report, and for your
You're right, there are some cases where it wouldn't work and that would be
likely to be one of them, although in theory if the share was mounted with
a keypair rather than a password it should work.
To wander off, shared Thunderbird profiles is one of those things that
should work like Firefox sync. I've occasionally thought about it for
several years. It's reminded me that I was going to try with Ubuntu One.
"TBA are particularly glib"
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