Editing fstab - Some guidance please

David McGlone d.mcglone at att.net
Fri Nov 23 02:39:22 UTC 2007

On Thursday 22 November 2007 8:49:04 pm Billie Walsh wrote:
> On 11/22/2007 David McGlone wrote:
> > Go to system settings->advance tab->disk & filesystems and set up the
> > partitions you want to mount. It's easier than editing fstab. To answer
> your
> > question, fstab is the place that will mount your drives at startup, so
> you
> > are correct.
> Thank you VERY much. That's certainly a LOT less scary than what I was
> thinking.

No problem. I remember my RH 6.1 days. Had to edit virtually every file by 
hand to get a lot of things to work. nowdays I like to take it easy and find 
a GUI solution.

David M.

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