- install Turnkey LAMP Server from CD (take defaults, select use entire disk, set password to n with special characters)
- set ip for eth0 to 192.168.48.67
- use WebMin (from my workstation) to set host name to tkLAMPServer and search domain to homeGroup
- log in as root and 'apt-get install cifs-utils'
- test PHPMyAdmin (https://192.168.48.67:12322/), Web Shell (https://192.168.48.67:12320/), PHPInfo (http://192.168.48.67/phpinfo)
- create folder /Stan-and-Jeanne.com (755) and in Stan-and-Jeanne.com create folders ooframes (755), pictures (755), family (755), and logs (777)
add to the end of /etc/fstab
- //192.168.48.6/Stan-and-Jeanne/OOFrames /Stan-and-Jeanne.com/ooframes cifs ro,guest 0 0
- //192.168.48.6/Stan-and-Jeanne/PicturesMaster /Stan-and-Jeanne.com/pictures cifs ro,guest 0 0
- //192.168.48.6/Stan-and-Jeanne/Family /Stan-and-Jeanne.com/family cifs ro,guest 0 0
- //192.168.48.6/Stan-and-Jeanne/LogFiles /Stan-and-Jeanne.com/logs cifs ro,guest 0 0
After boot the 4 mount points are empty. If I manually perform the mounts, they all work. I scrolled DMESG and found messages about eth0. Attached JPEGS document some of what I see.
Can someone help me understand what's happening, please?
EVEN MORE BAFFLED ...
I swapped the NIC out and I still have the problem. Furthermore ...
mount -a -t cifs