/etc/init.d/03_03_nfsmount.init for nfs mounts
/etc/init.d/04_04_samba.init for samba mounts.
If those files are with .dis, rename to have only .init to let those executing.
If properly configured, you don`t need any other command like yours /bin/mount -o
BTW, what is the content of file rcSGO_out ?
when i didnt have the right modules installed....
sometimes i was getting my shares from boot. sometimes not...
if i ran the sh scipt the mounts worked... this method was very VERY annoying.
hey Jamal418... does your script create a "virtual samyGo" drive? where it mounts the shares? or does it create the shares on the USB the script is run off ?
Do you have other USB devices connected? I think the syndrome might be caused by the TV occasionally allocating the sda/sdb/sdc in different order and the nfs mounting script does not execute.