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    Default Samba share not mounted at boot

    I upgrade from 11.2 to 11.4 and now, my samba share does not mount at boot time. I see nothing in the log. What is changed in 11.4 ?
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    Default Re: Samba share not mounted at boot

    To cut a long story short, try this:
    Create a file called after.local and put it in folder /etc/init.d and put this line in it:
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    #! /bin/sh
    mount -a
    Might work
    Reference here: Permanent Mount Fails at Boot Time
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    Default Re: Samba share not mounted at boot

    Make sure your samba server is running.
    Use YaST2 | network services to check

    While in YaST2 check Novell AppArmor | Update AppArmor Profile to allow smbd and nmdb or better use Edit Profile to delete samba from AppArmor.

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    I found in 11.2 a smbfs service in init.d which is not in 11.4. I copy and activate it in level 3 and 5. Problem solved.

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    Default Re: Samba share not mounted at boot

    Congratulations -- very original

    Idea: maybe in 11.3 it had been renamed cifs -- look in: "ls -l /etc/init.d | grep cifs"
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    Default Re: Samba share not mounted at boot

    You're right. I have not 11.3 but in 11.4 there is a cifs service and it is not active by default. I activate it and it's good. No need of smbfs.

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    Default Re: Samba share not mounted at boot

    Quote Originally Posted by infolab View Post
    You're right. I have not 11.3 but in 11.4 there is a cifs service and it is not active by default. I activate it and it's good. No need of smbfs.
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