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How can I tell my linux to mount a hdd at boot? i mean when the hardware drivers are loaded and so on. like in modules.conf what is written in there is loaded at startup, but where do i have to write 'mount -w /dev/hdb2 /home' ? can anyone tell me? i've added the hard drive after installation. u know during the installation, the setup asks you as what to mount hda1... / and other, but on every boot i have to write the command to mount this second hdd. i hope u understand what im trying to explain.
i use the console startx way too, but i like graphics, and i'm gonna make my own cool them for gdm my distro is slack 9.1. thanks for the thing with fstab! i edited it and everything is perfect merry christmas!
Hey is there some thing like gdmsetup to KDE?I always use KDE and have already configured my rc.4 modules to directly get into KDE.however..the LILO is in Console mode and I want to put some graphics into it..How to do it?Has any one got any idea?