adding ,nofail in fstab will allow the mount to "fail" and continue
the boot, I use it on anything in fstab outside of critical boot up
partitions just so that the machine will not go to single user mode
and will come up on the network such that it can be fixed remotely.
On Tue, May 19, 2020 at 11:41 AM François Patte
> I want to automatically mount a partition from a computer on another
> computer of my private network.
> I have computer A (a desktop) and a computer B (a laptop) and I want to
> automatically mount a partition of A on B when B starts.
> I know that this can be done via autofs, but I read somewhere that there
> is another way to perform this action, I can't remember where!
> Was it a dream? Could someone give me a light?
> Thank you.
> PS. Of course, I don't want to block B at boot time if A is not on the
> François Patte
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