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I am trying to get my novell shares mounted on boot up. I am currently using ncpmount to mount my shares is there a certain format for ncpmount in /etc/fstab? I have seen a couple of examples but nothing with the volume option.

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ncpmount -S servername -V volumename -U username -P password /mnt/server
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Sir might find this little article informative:
http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/trench/16445.html
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