This works in the terminal..
sudo mount -t cifs -o username=user,password=pass //10.100.136.4/bus /media/bus
This does not work in fstab on boot..
//10.100.136.4/bus /media/bus cifs username=user,password=pass,_netdev 0 0
What am I doing wrong? I need this to automatically mount this share on boot. I can run sudo mount -a and mount the drive manually after boot, so I thought maybe the _netdev is not delaying properly? I have set a static IP in the network manager but have not tried in /etc/network/interfaces yet, that shouldn't make a difference but??
cfis-utils is installed.
Another odd thing is when I connect to the share in Gnome>Files>Connect to Server with the same creds, I get rw access to the share. But when using the mount command, I only have read permission. Same when I connect to the share in Windows, read and write. This really isn't an issue as even though I cannot write to the share, the application that I need to backup to the share can!? I would really like to understand that.
The share is on another ubuntu desktop. I created a new linux user "user", a new group, assigned that user to the group, set permissions.. pretty much followed this tut..https://www.linuxbabe.com/ubuntu/system-config-samba-ubuntu-16-04