> Here is what I'm trying to do. I want to mount a Samba share from a remote
> machine on boot up. Presently I have the appropriate entry in /etc/fsatb,
> such that I can mount the share _once I am in multiuser_. I have figured
> out how to get the smbfs kernel module loaded at boot time, using
> /boot/loader.conf.

A workaround I can think of is set the noauto option in /etc/fstab then in
/etc/rc.local put mount /samba/shre



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