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Script to automatically map NT SBS Server drives when Xandros starts

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Hi Guys,
I'm a bit new to Linux so sorry if this is a really basic query.
I would like to automount/map my Windows NT4 SBS server drives to my Xandros Linux desktop when I boot up. Is there a script that I can use for this?
There is no problem with the LAN connection, it's just I get pop-up boxes confirming login name / password after I've got into Linux.
Thanks,
Glenn.
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add an appropriate line to /etc/fstab, filetype should be smbfs
details can be founf in man fstab
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Cheers ahoffmann!
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