[Mageia-dev] Any progress on the NFS mount problem? - One step further

Colin Guthrie mageia at colin.guthr.ie
Tue Oct 2 16:32:04 CEST 2012

'Twas brillig, and AL13N at 02/10/12 11:17 did gyre and gimble:
>> 'Twas brillig, and Guillaume Rousse at 01/10/12 18:45 did gyre and gimble:
>>>>> Last, you'd better use autofs to mount those filesystems on
>>>>> demand, rather than hardcoding them in /etc/fstab, which avoid to
>>>>> relies on server availability during the boot.
>>>> Replace nfs with autofs in those lines?
>>> No, that means dropping any nfs filesystem entry in your /etc/fstab, and
>>> configuring autofs daemon instead. But that's off-topic right now...
>> While off-topic, I think you can make this a magic autofs entry without
>> using the full autofs - Just add the "x-systemd.automount" option.
>> Don't try this right now tho', best get everything working nicely first.
>> But something for the future perhaps (not tried it myself).
> hmm, is this like automagically mounting it when you get into this network
> and unmount when you leave the network?
> i've been looking for something like this for my wife's laptop...

Sadly not. Just run of the mill automounting.

I'd kinda like a similar thing too.



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