permanent disk mount in 8.10
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Fri Nov 7 16:09:31 UTC 2008
pkaplan1 at comcast.net wrote:
> In prior releases there was a control system module that allowed one to define a location for permanently mounting a hard drive. This would allow me to create a symlink to point to a fixed location rather than having the drive living as a block device in /dev/xxx. The module is no longer in systemsettings. Is there a gui front end for doing this now?
I'm a little confused by what you are asking.
Do you want to know how to mount a filesystem at boot so you can symlink
to the files contained on the hard drive, or do you want a method to
give the hard drive a customized device name in /dev.
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