I have a samba server working and I can access the different shares with the command
smbclient -k //$server.$my_domain.$net/$my_share
I would like the mount to be automatically provided at boot time. The authentication process relies on kerberos. I have tried the following on my /etc/fstab file:
//$server.$my_domain.$net/$my_share /mnt/samba cifs sec=krb5i,rw,user 0 0
Once authenticated against the kerberos server, I execute mount -a. The commands returns $?==0; but the share is not mounted and nothing on logs files. No clue on logs, on client as on server side.
I think I just don't use the appropriate options in the fstab file?
Thanks for your help!