I get that I can use
mount to set up
/ directories and that I can use the
/etc/fstab to remount them on reboot.
Testing the fstab file is also fun with
When I'm looking at the fstab file, the number of space is disconcerting. I would have expected one space (like a separator between command parameters) or four spaces (like a tab). I'm seeing seven spaces at a time, almost as convention.
My question is: What are all the spaces in the /etc/fstab for?
(Perhaps also - Will it matter if I get the wrong number?)