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redbergy

 
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Originally Posted by RIDE View Post
While the server is mounted...

Open System Preferences >> Accounts >>> login items.

Drag the Server icon and drop it in the Login Items.

This will mount the server at login.
The problem is I can't access this share using the finder, for some reason Go > Connect To Server... will not allow me to connect to this Debian server using samba. The only way we've found is to Terminal in mount_smbfs - I'm asking if there is a way to do this during start up - I think I found out how by creating a .command file that runs in startup, but I still don't know how to do (1) check if server exists before creating a folder on my desktop and then mounting the file system to that folder.
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