Auto NFS Mounting
adams.ken.j at googlemail.com
Mon Sep 28 21:42:04 UTC 2009
Looks like tomorrows project for when I am awake a bit more than I am at
On Mon, 2009-09-28 at 17:32 -0400, James Michael Fultz wrote:
> * Ken Adams <adams.ken.j at googlemail.com> [2009-09-28 21:04 +0100]:
> >Server - 3 nfs exports setup to share over the home network.
> >Laptop - I use this to do all my work Wireless Access - Used to
> >connect my laptop to the lan and internet when I am at home.
> >If I only used my laptop at home, I could add the nfs shares to
> >my /etc/fstab file to automatically mount the shares on boot. As
> >I use the laptop away from home, this would understandably cause
> You could look into autofs for automounting.
> >I have set NM to manually set the IP number when it connects via
> >my home access point.
> >Is there a way I can run a script whenever my laptop connects to
> >the home AP. In this script I could then mount the nfs shares.
> If you use the system network interfaces configuration file
> ('/etc/network/interfaces') for an interface, you can call
> scripts for a particular interface configuration when it is
> activated. See the documentation for interfaces(5) if you want
> to know more about it. Any interface configured in the system
> network interfaces configuration is not managed by
> NetworkManager, so that is something else to consider.
> This seems to go into pretty good detail if you were interested
> going the route using '/etc/networking/interfaces':
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