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Automount NFS shared home directories and other shares

I have a problem with autofs on mac. I made some shares: auto_home: * -fstype=nfs,rw roskilde:/space/home/& auto_remote: public -fstype=nfs,rw roskilde:/space/public mosek ...
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Can mount afp share via mount_afp but not via Autofs

Current system, OSX 10.9.5 I've followed the instructions in this MacWorld hint and by reading the Apple doc for Autofs and several other places but I can't get autofs to automagically mount a remote ...
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Automount of SMB Shares under Mavericks always omits the first share

I have a bunch of Shares on my Synology NAS, which are being automounted via SMB. like this: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/21600/mount-a-windows-share-in-os-x-and-have-it-reconnect-at-login/ on my ...
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How to automount UDF partition with strange partition ID

I have two partitions on my usb hdd: #: id cyl hd sec - cyl hd sec [ start - size] ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1: AF 1023 254 63 - 1023 ...
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OSX 10.9.5 automount AFP network volume?

I'm having problems getting automount to mount an AFP share at startup. If I, as a non-root user, issue the following command from my terminal: mount -t afp afp://user:pass@server/share-name ...
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Automount SMB share at specific location

Here's my problem, I want to automatically mount a network share at a specific location without the requirement of the user entering any details. The share must be mounted in a user specific folder. ...
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Is there a way to auto mount SMB storage without nobrowse option?

I want to create an permanent SMB mount and read SMB storage in Finder. So I read following articles. Create a Permanent SMB Mount in OSX (Updated) Automounting NFS share in OS X into /Volumes ...
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How do I get Samba volume to mount automatically at bootup?

I have a windows share that I can mount via Connect to Server (⌘K in the finder) smb://USERNAME:PASSWORD@SERVER/SHARENAME It there a way to have this volume mount automatically at bootup?
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Simulate how a volume is mounted using diskarbitrationd

I'm attempting to emulate how a volume is normally mounted for my NTFS volume that I've added to /private/etc/fstab. Normally, when a volume is found, like an external hard drive, it is mounted and ...
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How to auto-mount an external ext4 USB partition on OSX 10.9?

I installed osxfuse and fuse-ext2 under OSX 10.9.2 to enable access to an ext4 partition on an external USB hard-drive. After creating a mount point for the partition in the Volumes folder, I can ...
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How do you configure fstab to work with a credential file?

Mavericks appears to have broken automount and the "auto_resources" solution for connecting SMB drives, like my Drobo FS, which houses my 2GB+ iTunes collection. After figuring out how to configure ...
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Changing 10.6.8 from mounting ext4 as read-only to read-write with OSXFUSE & fuse-ext - in fstab?

So I have OSXFUSE & fuse-ext installed (as in link: How can I mount an ext4 file system on OS X?), but after searching on these two device's websites, Stack Exchange, googling, etc. I cannot find ...
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How to automount SSHFS volumes with FUSE OS X on Mavericks

Iv'e managed to get my ssh volumes mounted with SSHFS via the command line but would really like is to have them auto mount on login. So far, I've set up a launchAgent to run a shell script that ...
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How to auto mount NFS shares on Mavericks?

I need to mount at boot time the equivalent of the line command : sudo mount -o rw,bg,hard,resvport,intr,noac,nfc,tcp mymachine:/var/logs /Volumes/logs …and I have no idea about how to do it on ...
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Disable auto mounting drive in OS X

I have two hard drives inside my MacBook, and I only want one to be auto-mounted at boot. I'm running OS X 10.7.5. I tried creating /etc/fstab with this line: ...
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How to automatically mount NFS shares on OS X

I have a NFS server set up on my local LAN running on Arch Linux that I can connect to using OS X Mavericks by issuing the following command in the terminal: mount -t nfs -o resvport ...
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Can't figure out how remote share is getting automounted

I have a NAS that stores the music files for iTunes. There is an automounted share on the NAS that iTunes goes thru to retrieve the music files. For the life of me I can't figure out how the automount ...
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Automount'ed Samba Shares accessible via Commandline but hidden in Finder?

I have 4 samba shares on a Synology DiskStation that I successsfully automount on my 10.9 / Mavericks based system under /Shares/ and when I open the command line I can go there just fine and list the ...
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Automatically mounting an external Firewire drive after reboot, without login

I have an iMac that is running Mavericks with OS X Server. I have the Time Machine service set up on that machine, referring to a directory on an external drive that is connected via Firewire. Other ...
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Can I mount an encrypted image BEFORE Finder loads?

I have most of my ~ folder on an encrypted sparse bundle disk image. I have it set to automount via Prefs>Users, but it loads AFTER Finder, so my Desktop is blank unless I force-relaunch Finder. Is ...
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Automounting & fix permissions for home folder on encrypted sparse bundle?

For security on a shared machine, I've moved my entire home folder to an encrypted sparse bundle disk image. I then set my User settings home folder to the image. But along the way, I believe ...
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How do I make NFS automounted volumes visible in Finder?

How do I make NFS automounted volumes visible in Finder or, in other words, have opposite effect to default option nobrowse? From mount manpage nobrowse This option indicates that the mount ...
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Mount Linux NFS share on Mountain Lion 10.8.5

I am new to using Apple as main OS. I am used to fstab in Linux to keep the mounts for nfs. When I use Go to in Finder to mount nfs://serveripaddress/home/shared I get a permissions error. The below ...
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What are the proper /etc/fstab options for mounting an NTFS drive ntfs-3g 2013.1.13

I've installed the latest version of ntfs-3g and fuse4x available in the macports repos, and I can succesfully mount an NTFS partition with write access. However, I want to automate this in ...
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How can I detect and remount my time machine sparsebundle?

I currently have my Time Machine sparse bundle residing on a network drive plugged in to my router. I have a script that runs at login that auto connects to the shared drive and mounts the ...
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Preventing filesystem from locking up when automount NFS share from VM goes away

I do a lot of web applications development, and I run a Fedora VM on my Mac to simulate the server environment. Meanwhile, I run the IDE on the Mac side, and it requires a local filesystem to make ...
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How to move the /Users to an encrypted ZFS drive?

When setting up a ZFS pool on an encrypted CoreStorage volume, a manual typing of the password is required each time for mounting the volume (due to the problem of OS X thinking that the password is ...
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HTC Sync Manager on Mountain Lion

I'm using a Mac Mini running on Mountain Lion, and I have a HTC One X phone. Every time I plug the phone in via USB cable to charge up, the HTC Sync Manager pops up and autoplays - is there any way ...
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How do I create a network automount with Open Directory in 10.8 Server?

I am running Mac OS X 10.8 "Mountain Lion" Server and using Open Directory to provide managed preferences and user accounts to the Macs on our local network. Any AFP shares on the Open Directory ...
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fstab syntax for afp share with space and special characters?

I have a share on a netatalk server that exporting "Don's home" - I want to add to fstab so that it's handled by autofs as an indirect mount. I've tried using %60 and %20, quoting, escaping with ...
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How do I disable autorun when I plug in a USB?

I have a mobile Internet stick that is connected through the USB. The annoying part is that the connection program automatically launches when I plug it in. I prefer to connect to the Internet using ...
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Disable network drive unmounting

I've got a pretty specific need - to disable unmounting a network drive through the regular Finder eject function (accessed either by right-clicking the mounted drive on the desktop, or clicking the ...
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Mac OS X Server: automount encrypted drive before login

I have a 4TB Mac OS Extended (Journaled, Encrypted) hard drive hanging off a Mac OS X Lion (soon to be Mountain Lion) Server that is dedicated to networked Time Machine backups. I'd like to be able ...
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Synology Mac OS X startup mounting folders via NFS

A couple of years or so ago, I modified a script, according to a forum message, which would (I assume) automount the folders found on my Synology server, ie web, video, public, music, photo at startup ...
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Mount Windows share automatically with Active Directory credentials

In our environment we have a bunch of iMacs running Mountain Lion that are bound to Active Directory for authentication, and we also have a Windows share that we would like all Active Directory ...
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Is it a bad practice to mount network/slow shares under `/Volumes`?

I'm using curlftpfs with macfuse to mount some ftp sites through automount. The mount directories for each share is in /Volumes folder. Now iTunes on each startup tries to read ...
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How do I auto-mount a SMB share on OS X 10.8? [duplicate]

How do I auto-mount a SMB share on OS X ? I know how to mount it using GUI: Cmd-K on Finder but I want a solution that would restore them after reboot/relogin. This questions applies to latest OS X, ...
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how to re-mount USB drive [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I mount ejected external USB flash storage? So, I plugged a USB drive. Then ejected it. But it's still connected to my machine. is there a way to force a ...
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Why does OS X now think I have two partitions on my external USB drive (plus random connection issue)?

I have an external USB drive that I have plugged into a USB hub, which gets unplugged from my computer about once a day. Most of the time I remember to unmount the drive before disconnecting so that ...
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How to auto mount internal SATA hard disk drives after power failure/interruption?

In a Mac OS X 10.7.5 (Lion) system with two internal SATA drives, the internal drives are connected via a Highpoint Rocketraid controller and are configured without any RAID thus operating in legacy ...
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How to automount SMB share in OS X

I am running OS X Lion. I have the following line in my /etc/fstab: //darren:q@acid/home /acid smbfs nodev,nosuid,auto If I run mount -a, the share mounts correctly, but if I just reboot the ...
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Prevent disk image automount when clicking Finder sidebar

I have been playing around with the View → View Options in Finder and I must have touched something crtitcal because now whenever I click on a folder in Finder it automounts a disk image located ...
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How to make ntfs-3g drive visible in Finder

I was using Tuxera NTFS for a while on my external drives but then my trial ran out. So then I installed ntfs-3g from macports. When I connect my external drive, OSX automatically mounts it, but it ...
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NFS mounts without automounter, which seems to grab everything

We have some NFS mounts we place in the fstab, via "vifs" which we want to manage separate of the autofs subsystem. The mounts were created in a separate location (/mnt) which should not be managed ...
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How can I automount a shared network drive for Time Machine backups?

At home, my primary computer is an iMac with an external USB hard drive. The external drive is shared so that other computers can use it for Time Machine. I have a MacBook Air that I take to work ...
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automount NFS when on specific wifi

I'd like to be able to mount an nfs NAS mount point whenever I connect to my home network and initiate an rsync to it. I saw the post for "How can I automount afp volumes at startup? ", although there ...
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How does Mac OS X decide which volumes to mount? One of my disks doesn't mount at boot

I have four disks in my Mac Pro. The boot disk and two others mount when OS X starts but the fourth one does not. I can mount it in Disk Utility and it appears to be all right. How can I tell Mac OS ...
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OSX Lion Disk Mounter

I seem to have broken something in my OSX Lion install. Whenever I insert a SD/CD-ROM into the machine I have to go into Disk Util to manually mount it. This happens quite a lot and is getting on my ...
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Built-in card reader in MacBook Pro doesn't work [duplicate]

As the title says, the built-in card reader in my MacBook Pro doesn't work. It simply doesn't do anything when I instert an SD card. I'm using Mac OS X 10.6.8. I guess one of the issues might be ...
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How can I stop OS X from automatically connecting to an NFS server on startup?

I upgraded to Lion today, but was having the same problem on Snow Leopard. When I start up my Mac and login, it automatically connects to an NFS server. I know this because I see the server in Finder ...