This command should
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Type7 : Mounting a share where user belongs to a domain permanently by editing /etc/fstab file
The above command will not work properly for domain users so we have to specify domain as well when specifying username
So now username will be changed to domainusername
//192.168.0.1/share1 /mnt smbfs rw,user,username=testsurendra,password=xylBJRS8 0 0
Save the file and exit then execute mount –a and df –H for just conformation if the mount is done successfully.
Type8:As you people know /etc/fstab file is visible to all the users who logged in, so specifying user password in /etc/fstab file is not that much good procedure.. So there is a work around to resolve this issue, just create a credential file in users home directory and point that file in /etc/fstab file entry as mention below.
#echo username=surendra > .smbfile
#echo password=xylBJRS8 >> .smbfile
#chmod 600 .smbfile
Then edit the /etc/fstab file and specify the entries as below
//192.168.0.1/share1 /mnt smbfs credentials=/home/myhomedirectoryofuser/. smbfile,rw,user 0 0
Save and exit the file and execute mount –a, df –H to check if you did any mistakes..
Please comment your experience on SMB.