My windows partition is /hda1 and I have a directory called /mnt/Windows which I created to use as a mount point. My /etc/fstab entry for this reads
/dev/hda1 /mnt/Windows vfat noauto,user,owner 0 0
At boot the error message i get reads
Mounting local filesystems : mount : mount point 0 does not exist : no mount point defined ( FAILED)
I tried changing the last field to 1 0 or 2 0 or 2 1. Each time the error message comes and mount point 1 (or 2) does not exist comes in the message.
Booting, however proceeds and I come to the GNOME desktop. On opening /mnt/Windows in Nautilus, I can navigate all my windows partition files.
Can you tell me what values to set for the last field in fstab so that the boot error message does not come?