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Sat Apr 15 06:19:55 UTC 2006
If you click on 'System' - 'administration' - 'disks'. Then that is a
utility which should be able to molunt them for you.
remember to create a directory to mount them under in the file manager
Then select that location for each one and click the enable button.
That will mount the partitions for the current session.
Note the properties of the partition, device, filesystem and access
Now you need to edit /etc/fstab file to make that permanent.
from a terminal
sudo gedit /etc/fstab
Then put the line in at the bottom some thing like:
device-name access-path filesystem defaults 0
/dev/hda2 /home/pking/media/windows vfat defaults 0
You could also replace 'defaults' with 'noatime' which speeds up the
use of the disk (stops it writing the access time for every read of a
Hope that helps
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