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I need to be able to mount home directories with krb5. However, I also need to mount another files system read-only automatically at boot. I assume i cannot use krb5 ...
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    NFSv4: Can I mount both with and without krb5?


    I need to be able to mount home directories with krb5. However, I also need to mount another files system read-only automatically at boot. I assume i cannot use krb5 for the latter because there is no one to supply a password to kinit.

    How can I use both krb5 and non-krb5 mounts? I have krb5 mounts working, but when i mount a non-krb5 mount i cannot see any file in the directories.

    Thanks.

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    nevermind. I figured it out.

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    Hey there,
    Would you mind posting your solution? It may help some else in need of a hint or two. Thanks.
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