Automounting Filesystems with /etc/fstab

FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this).

Download in .ogv format

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flv vs ogv

Apopas's picture

Why the default video is the stupid flash one while the free ogv comes in a small separate line?
In Linux systems is as easy or even easier to play ogv rather than flv.
Like this you say "plz use flv video and only if you can't then we are and offer you and ogv format as well".

No need for rebooting

jxn's picture

Just do
$ sudo mount -at cifs
or
$ sudo mount -a

Yes But...

Shawn Powers's picture

I wanted to show that it would automount on startup. :)

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

exactly "mount -a" is enough

Anonymous's picture

exactly "mount -a" is enough

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