Bhavani Shankar R
right2bhavi at gmail.com
Mon Aug 6 11:35:39 UTC 2007
yes.. paste the output of sudo nano /etc/fstab
On 8/6/07, Donald D Henson <wepin at wepin.com> wrote:
> Jan Kauffman wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I recently moved from windows XP to ubuntu, so I'm still having some
> > problems figuring out how to do things here.
> > I have 2 HDs on my computer, one of them (the small one) is where
> > ubuntu is installed and the other (the large one) is where I intend to
> > save my personal files.
> > I used to do that on windows, just to separate my personal files
> > (music, videos, college files, etc) from the OS and I wanted to keep
> > doing that on linux too. The problem is that the large hard disk is
> > not getting auto mounted. When I open the file browser, I see it
> > there, but I have to click twice on it and enter the su pass to mount
> > it. It is mounted on root group, which is not really what I wanted.
> > Is there a way to configure ubuntu to auto mount this second hard disk
> > when I turn my computer on, and mount it on my group? If I can't mount
> > it on my personal group, at least I'd like to mount it with permission
> > set to 7 for me.
> > thanks a lot for any help
> > --Kauffman
> I see that in another post you have someone helping with your problem.
> While you're waiting for responses and so on, you should read some basic
> stuff about fstab. Fire up a terminal and enter 'man fstab', without the
> quotes, and read away. (It's easier to read if you maximize the terminal
> window first.)
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