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 ./share-mount-point
It works fine, and I can interact with the files.
I'm trying to do the same with automount. I've added the following to auto_master, and created auto_afp:
/my/global/mount/point -fstype=afp afp://user:pass@server/share-name
This fails. I see that
/my/global/mount/point is created by root, in group wheel, but is empty.
When I run
sudo automount -vc, the same thing happens. I get output like
automount: /my/global/mount/point updated but there's no AFP share mounted there.
I'm not even sure where to start debugging here.