WARNING!: How do I Automount an Hard dRive in my Computer in Ubuntu?

Dave Woyciesjes woyciesjes at sbcglobal.net
Sun Nov 29 01:51:21 UTC 2015

On 11/28/2015 12:30 AM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Nov 2015 15:37:11 -0800, Keith wrote:
>> I have used the program 'gnome-disks' to setup auto mounting for my
>> second HDD. I didn't have to worry about hand editing a file and
>> getting it wrong.
> Warning!
> Consider this thread as not solved. Don't do the same, unless you
> understand what you're doing.
> Are you sure you did the right thing? What do you think why all of us
> mentioned fstab? Why do you think did I explain that copying mtab
> entries to fstab is risky?
> If it's too much of a hassle for you, to read and understand the very
> short instruction how to use fstab, then Linux is not the right
> operating system for you.
> If you are not willing to learn fundamental basics, then Linux is not
> more secure than e.g. Windows, if so, then it's quite the contrary, a
> operating system such as Windows is much more secure then Linux.
> Linux is only better than operating systems such as Windows, if a
> user behaves responsible.
> I'll give you a few hints, to make you aware that just doing something
> without understanding it, could be risky.

	Warning! Ralf likes to insult anybody and piss off newbies.

	Ralf, do you ever take a moment to consider just how much of an asshole 
you come across as?

	I hope you don't intend to sound like a self-righteous egotistical 

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