currently, there're two apps that i know can do this. use only one of them. or if you use both, make sure you use it on different folders.
1. fusesmb quick start:
sudo aptitude install fusesmb sudo mkdir /mnt/Neighborhood sudo chown yourusername:fuse /mnt/Neighborhood fusesmb /mnt/Neighborhood -o allow_other
2. smbnetfs quick start:
sudo aptitude install smbnetfs sudo mkdir /mnt/Neighborhood sudo chown yourusername:fuse /mnt/Neighborhood smbnetfs /mnt/Neighborhood
that is it.
to make it the apps run at startup, you can put it either in your .bashrc or your session manager autostart.
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