# Instantly place network drive when readily available

I have a NAT drive, that comes using SMB. I have an access in fstab to place it at boot. Yet if the drive is not activated it is not placed throughout boot and also I need to by hand place later on. (The NAT boots a whole lot slower than my COMPUTER and also generally is not up at the factor COMPUTER attempts to place it).

Exists a means to instantly place the drive when it appears in the network? Ideally if it can be done using command line devices, not entailing GUI programs.

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2019-05-06 21:33:25
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What you're seeking is AutoFS. Install the RPM, after that see to it that it's going for start (RH/etc : chkconfig autofs on). Modify the documents/ etc/auto.master and also add the adhering to line : /media/ /etc/auto.media. If I were you, I would certainly transform "media" in both areas to be the name of your origin - degree directory site. After that modify the documents /etc/auto.media and also add finaldirname mount-options \\192.168.1.3\sharename