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  Network filesystems don't mount on boot

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Bug description:
  Ubuntu 15.10, I have several CIFS filesystems listed in /etc/fstab.

  They don't mount at boot. If I list them by host name in /etc/fstab,
  mount says name resolution failed in the boot logs. If I list them by
  IP address, mount says the network is unreachable in the boot logs.

  If fixed this by adding the following in /etc/systemd/system/remote-


  See also #1313513. This is a problem in older, pre-systemd versions of
  Ubuntu as well.

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