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Old 06-24-2006, 02:46 AM   #1
thesource2
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How to pass filesystem options for gnome-mount?


In Fedora Core 4 fstab-sync was used for mounting removable devices. So I simply added strings to fstab to pass all options I need.
But in Fedora Core 5 gnome-mount is used. I can't use fstab anymore because it is causing conflicts with gnome-mount, so where I can pass filesystem options (like codepage=866 for vfat) now?
 
  


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