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Old 01-19-2006, 05:08 PM   #16
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If that does not work, then post your automounter config file here. I regret that since I do not use automount much, I do not recall the name but it should be in etc and is something along the lines of automount.conf or a bunch of files in an automount.d directory.
I think this is the file that you were talking about /etc/auto.mnt and if it is this is what is in it:

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# Knoppix automounter file for Directory /mnt
floppy	-fstype=auto,sync,exec,umask=000	:/dev/fd0
cdrom	-fstype=auto,exec,ro	:/dev/cdrom
# The following entries (if any) are auto-generated by knoppix-autoconfig
cdrom1	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom1
cdrom2	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom2
cdrom3	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom3
cdrom4	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom4
cdrom5	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom5
cdrom6	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom6
 
Old 01-19-2006, 05:12 PM   #17
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If that does not work, then post your automounter config file here. I regret that since I do not use automount much, I do not recall the name but it should be in etc and is something along the lines of automount.conf or a bunch of files in an automount.d directory.
I think that the file you were refering to is /etc/auto.mnt and if it is, this is what is in it:

Code:
 
# Knoppix automounter file for Directory /mnt
floppy	-fstype=auto,sync,exec,umask=000	:/dev/fd0
cdrom	-fstype=auto,exec,ro	:/dev/cdrom
# The following entries (if any) are auto-generated by knoppix-autoconfig
cdrom1	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom1
cdrom2	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom2
cdrom3	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom3
cdrom4	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom4
cdrom5	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom5
cdrom6	-fstype=auto,ro	:/dev/cdrom6
 
Old 01-19-2006, 05:15 PM   #18
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Sorry for doubleposting but I thought it didn't post the first time - turns out it was on the second page. Not used to forums.
 
Old 01-19-2006, 05:51 PM   #19
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Thanks guys for your quick responses. I finally got it to work but I have no idea how. I am multibooting with grub and have installed on my computer: Windows XP Pro, Debian and Auditor. All I did was load Debian. After that I restarted the computer, loaded Auditor again and it works now.

Thanks again for the quick responses and good luck on those midterms/finals to whoever is writing them.

Last edited by terminator14; 01-19-2006 at 06:26 PM.
 
  


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