Re: How do you keep a partition permanently mounted?

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Matthew Hoggan wrote:
Hi Matthew,

Firstly, please do not make multiple posts on the same issue! Try and re-use the same thread.
Secondly regarding your issues, you need to have a look at /etc/fstab

man fstab - for more details

Looking at your previous posts

fdisk –l is as follows

1) /dev/sda1 1 2835 7373809+ 7 HPFS/NTFS

2) /dev/sda2 2836 9000 1603165 83 Linux

3) /dev/sda3 9001 21016 31253616 b W95 Fat32

Since you need to load up a NTFS partition, ensure that you have installed ntfsprogs & ntfs-3g
After this, make the necessary entries in your /etc/fstab file and run
'mount -a' as root. That should solve your problems.
later,
Rogue


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