No easy mounting of nfs shares (Maverick, solved)

Thierry de Coulon tcoulon at
Wed Oct 6 15:39:03 UTC 2010

OK, so I received my SSD and made a fresh install (Maverick RC + updates, some 
KDE stuff I want to use, autofs). I set up auto.master and auto.nfs, and I 
created the links in .gtk-bookmarks...

and it works!

So: if you play with installing Gnome, KDE 4 and Kubuntu-Trinity at the same 
time, be aware that this setup can screw up lots of things.

Thanks Jordon for the infos about .gtk-bookmarks, that's a good second best to 
my old KDE 3 Desktop shares.

And my Laptop boots in just 19 seconds and takes 6 seconds to shutdown. That 
incredibly fast afterweeks of trying to get KDE 4 to work (took good 45 
seconds to start, at least).

So my Thinkpad Edge will use Maverick. Besides, there are *lots* of 
interresting tweaks possible in gconf-editor, someone should really create a 
well documented GUI tool for that (I'm afraid my programming skills don't go 
far enough).


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