/etc/fstab UUID=<someuuid> /mnt/data ext4 defaults,relatime,data=ordered 0 2 and /mnt$ ll drwxr-xr-x 2 manuel users 4096 15. Apr 18:25 data /mnt$ mount -a /mnt$ ll drwxr-xr-x 4 root root ...
Background I've got one 32GB SSD that I have Ubuntu 12.10 installed on (this drive is encrypted), and two 1.5TB drives that will serve as storage and backup respectively. I have formated both drives ...
I recently got an SSD for my computer. Therefore I reinstalled my system and mounted / on /dev/sda1 (which is a partition on the SSD). To protect the SSD, I managed to mount /tmp on the RAMdisk. ...
I just decided to delete my Windows partition and only use Linux. My old partition table was: sda1: W7 boot partition sda2: W7 partition sda3: Linux sda4: start of logic partitions sda5: swap. I ...
I have mounted a partition and add it to fstab file and then rebooted but I see that the partition is not mounted although it was added to fstab. What is wrong, and how can I solve it? fstab line: ...
I've set up fstab to auto mount media drives on a Linux Mint machine. The OS is installed on a IDE/ATA Disk while 3 SATA disks hold data to share. The BIOS has the ATA disk as first boot device. All ...