The howto I pointed you to indicates that the file is pam_mount.conf, but the file is actually pam_mount.conf.xml according to man.
Just to be sure, post the following:
Also post:Code:ls /etc/security
Code:aptitude search pam-mount
Last edited by dmizer; June 16th, 2009 at 02:24 PM.
Code:rootadm@ubuntu1:/etc/security$ ls /etc/security access.conf limits.conf namespace.init pam_env.conf sepermit.conf group.conf namespace.conf opasswd pam_lwidentity.conf time.confCode:rootadm@ubuntu1:/etc/security$ aptitude search pam-mount p libpam-mount - PAM module that can mount volumes for a us
Looks like you don't actually have libpam-mount installed, which would explain why you couldn't find the conf file
Code:sudo apt-get install libpam-mount
My fault, I had the -s flag in apt-get.
/me fixes previous post.
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Great How To dmizer, tried in vein to mount my password protected network drive, and following your instructions (with one minor tweak) now it just works, and with much less fuss than in windows!!
I had read in another How To that when mounting a shared network drive with cifs you need to replace the NETBIOS name with the ip address of the network drive, which was the final tweak to getting everything working for me.
Sorry if this question has been answered already, but this thread is huge!!
My network drive is formatted in FAT32 and is an Airport Disk, being that it is plugged into an Airport Extreme Router. The router uses smb to broadcast a virtual filesystem on the network so as to make it mountable in any OS. Not sure if this is applicable to my problem, but I'm getting the
error you mentioned on shutdown.Code:[18.312000] CIFS VFS: Server not responding [18.312000] No response for cmd 5 mid 8
Do I still use the same commands you wrote underneath to fix this, even though my set up is slightly different than mounting shares directly on a server/partition?