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Mount remote share at login on Ubuntu Linux using gvfs-mount

In this article I'm going to show you how to mount remote shares at login as regular user Ubuntu Linux using gvfs-mount. To mount shares at boot (as root user) you would normally edit fstab, but to automatically mount shares as regular user with your shares password inside Gnome keyring you would use gvfs-mount. I will also show you how to make sure that your share password is stored inside "login" keyring so your share could be mounted at login without requiring you to enter any password. Continue reading