I'd like to check, when a user logs in, that his share point(s) is/are mounted. If not, it prompts the user if he wants to mount it. If yes the mount command is executed, which will prompt the user for it's password.
Works ok but a
Failed to query password: Permission denied error message appears, which is not the case when the script is run by it's self.
How can I suppress that?
Last login: Fri Jan 25 10:59:55 2019 from xxx Your NAS volume "/data/lambda/nas" is not mounted. Do you want to mount it (y/n)? y Failed to query password: Permission denied Password for lambda@//10.40.40.13/s-dept/lambda:
Here's my script
# shellcheck shell=sh exec 3<&0 grep $USER /etc/fstab | cut -f 2 | while read -r line ; do if ! grep -qs $line /proc/mounts; then echo "Your NAS volume \"$line\" is not mounted." read -u 3 -p 'Do you want to mount it (y/n)? ' -n 1 -r echo if [[ $REPLY =~ ^[Yy]$ ]] then mount $line fi fi done exec 3<&-
Edit: As requested, here's a
//10.40.40.13/s-dept/lambda /data/lambda/nas cifs noauto,users,username=lambda 0 0