Automatically Mounting a Network Folder
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Sun Mar 11 22:28:18 UTC 2007
On Mar 11, 2007, at 3:49 PM, Luis Mondesi wrote:
> since smbfs s deprecated, try using cifs.
> Also, since MacOS X is UNIX, get one of the freely available
> utilities that enable NFS for the Mac. That way you can simply tell
> your Mac to share a folder over NFS (the real UNIX way) and then on
> Ubuntu do:
> mount <ip of macintosh>:<path to share on macintosh> /mnt
> No need for any other options, but "man mount" is your friend. And
> so is Google.
Thanks to all of you!! I'm sure I will have more questions as I go
down this road.
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