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Automount using a credentials file

Automount using a credentials file: Linux System Engineer: Network Filesystems using NFS and Samba
Automount using a credentials file: Linux System Engineer: Network Filesystems using NFS and Samba

Automounting in /etc/fstab is very useful however if we have a private share we need to store the username and password in plain site. By using a credentials file we can hide the username and password out of site and only reference the file in /etc/fstab.

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