I have a question that I don't really know if it's possible to do since I don't know wether it's a daemon or the kernel itself who's in charge of the mounting process.
The problem is that I have a set up a NFS server to serve media to a HTPC. When the system mounts the contents of the fstab file the USB disk it's not mounted and it can't mount the folders later defined in the exports file. So, in the end I have to do it manually instead of automatic. Besides, there's another problem, since the path in the fstab doesn't exist the system itself create the folders in the /media folder and the USB disk when KDE launch it's mounted in /media/Disk_.
To make it clear, my fstab shows in the particular line:
/media/ElGordo/Movies /exports/Movies none bind 0 0
But because when the contents of the fstab are mounted there's nothing at /media because the USB disk ElGordo it's not mounted yet it creates the /media/ElGordo/Movies itself, and later, when the KDE launch it has to mount the USB in /media/ElGordo_ not allowing me to do a
I have to erase the ElGordo/Movies from the /media folder. Umount ElGordo_ and then mount it again and after that do a
Is there any way to mount the USB disk when the kernel boots, before the fstab file is read? Or at least is there any way to solve that if a line of the fstab can't be executed the system do not create the folders that are missing?
Thanks in advance.