I have a home-network with two computers, a network-printer and a stand-alone network-drive(500GB) and I want to have that network-drive easily accessible from my user-account.
I know about the whole "mount as root using pyNeighborhood, then mount as user"-jig, but that I consider too much of a hassle.
I want that drive to be accessible to ALL users in an EASY way.
IOW : I want to have that drive mounted and opened with thunar via an icon on the desktop(XFCE).
I don't want to bother with rights and permissions for that drive; It's the public whore of my network anyway.(We use it to exchange files, to avoid having to create shared directories on the different systems)
Been messing with Samba a bit, but found, the *cough*documentation*cough* is totally useless, save for obfuscating matters...
In other words: