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comp.unix.aix Frequently Asked Questions (Part 2 of 5)
Section - 1.602 What is the authorized way of starting automount at boot time?

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I put this in my /etc/inittab:

automount:2:once:/usr/etc/automount -T -T -T -v >/tmp/au.se 2>&1

I hereby dub it authorized.

Jim Salter <jsalter@netscape.com> writes: You can also use the command:
'mkitab "automount:2:once:/usr/etc/..."' to avoid editing the file by hand.

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