NFS mount via systemd
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Sometimes you feel like fstab, sometimes you don't. If you're running modern Linux and are wanting to invest all of your brain power in a systemd thing-a-me and you're wishing there's was systemd way to mount a file-system(s), you're in luck! In this post I'm going to quickly cover
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Nice post. Why did you choose to go with systemd over fstab? What advantages did it give you?

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I am not the author of this shared article, but I had similar question some years ago, which was answered here. I hope that helps. Of course lots of things are in the meantime addressed.

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urte bat

Thanks for the post. It seems to conclude that using fstab is the best way to go.

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