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    reconnect on login

    I'm sure this is a simple thing, but I need help. I have a mount command that i would like to run each time the computer is restarted. The command is simple, just a mount command pointing to a windows shared file. I tried adding a line to the fstab file but it didn't seem to take. Suggestions? Currently I have a plain next file on the desktop with the mount command in it. The file is set to executable. I would just like it to run on startup.

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    Add your command to /etc/rc.local

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    whats the output of
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     mount -a
    it might helpd diagnose the problem with fstab



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