I think I made an attempt with NFS in autofs, or fstab, I’m not sure which one again. What are the basic commands to check if there aren’t any redundant mounts that don’t work in either of those?
Then the autofs you just mentioned.
sudo nano /etc/auto.master
/- /etc/auto.smb.shares --timeout 15 browse at the end of the file.
sudo nano /etc/auto.smb.sharesand add
/mnt/Movies -fstype=cifs,rw,vers=3.0,credentials=/home/osmc/.smbcredentials,iocharset=utf8,uid=osmc,gid=osmc ://192.168.1.106/Movies/
am I right?
also this on install
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