I have a NAT drive, that is accessible via SMB. I have an entry in fstab to mount it at boot. But if the drive is not switched on it is not mounted during boot and I have to manually mount later. (The NAT boots a lot slower than my PC and usually is not up at the point PC tries to mount it).
Is there a way to automatically mount the drive when it becomes available in the network? Preferably if it can be done via command line tools, not involving GUI programs.
Using PCLinuxOS with KDE.