Re: Disk Configuration

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On Sat, 2005-12-31 at 01:39 -0800, Chris Norman wrote:
> Hi,
> As I said yesterday, I mounted a new disk into my machine and set a 
> background wget pulling some images for me, the only trouble is, I shut down 
> the machine last night, and had to remount the drive this morning. Is there 
> any way of this being done on startup without my intervention? I have a 
> feeling it's to do with fstab-sync, but when I ran it, I got this output:
> [[email protected] ~]# fstab-sync
> error: libhal_ctx_init_direct: (null): (null)
> Is this a problem with my fstab-sync? Or a problem with that disk I e-mailed 
> about yesterday?

just manually add the approporate line to /etc/fstab. Man fstab will
give some background. see also  the manpage for fstab-sync:

  This  program serves one major purpose: Update the file systems table
file /etc/fstab and create/remove mount points in
       /media in response to HAL events. This program is usually never
run directly from a shell; instead it is invoked  as  a
       callout by the HAL daemon.

kind regards,

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