I know this is a bit OT, but I figured a UNIX geek would know easily
and I have been banging my head a bit.
What is the correct syntax to mount a TimeCapsule Share from the
command-line without needing to specify credentials at the time the
command is run? I have a BASH script that runs when my macBook
starts up and I want some shares to automatically mount.
You want the volume to mount at boot or when your user is logged in?
The first is tough because no credentials exist. If when you login:
Select Login Items
Drag and Drop the TimeCapsule volume from your desktop to the list
The system will now mount the TimeCapsule volume automatically
whenever you're logged in.
This works for other network volumes as well, just be sure that the
user and password are in your Keychain.
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Professionals...built the Titanic
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