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I'm running into a problem trying to mount an external hard drive after I reboot my redhat 9 system. I can create the mount point as root then mount the external hdd using the fstab line:
/dev/sda1 /mnt/storix vfat user,rw,kudzu 0 0
I can also be a regular user and mount the external drive. All is well
until I reboot and have do everything over again because the changes to fstab are gone and the mount point is missing. Why do they just dissappear?