Let me see if I understand this correctly.
I could put all my pictures that I want to use in Picframe on my Drive F in a shared folder named PICTURES.
I could also put all my MP3 files that I want to use with phMp3 on my Drive F in a shared folder named SONGS.
In boot.sh I can mount the PICTURES folder using:
fs-cifs -a //My Computer:192.168.1.101:/PICTURES /PICTURES /guest guest
and the MP3 folder using:
fs-cifs -a //My Compter:192.168.1.101:/SONGS /SONGS /guest guest
I don't have to specify a drive? Can I mount 2 folders at once using 1 instance of fs-cifs?
Thanks in advance