i've got a directory with permissions 660. uid=root and gid=users. i can mount in fstab without any issue other than the directory shows on every desktop user but only those in gid=users can access and write. i'm writing a script in .kde/autostart to smbmount the directory. it won't work. as i said, i can mount in fstab without an issue but i can't smbmount it. each user can smbmount other directories that belong to them with no problem but not this shared rw drive. do i need to set sticky bit in order to smbmount? i want to run it from a script on login if possible only. can it be done?