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Old 07-01-2004, 03:12 PM   #1
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no auto mount

i am trying to install UT2k4 in suse 9.1. however here is the trick. i asks for the CD's, even though i have them inserted. i am guessing this is an issue cause by the auto mount.

so how do i disable automount??
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jabberwock486: via system administration in section4.2 subsection 4.2.1 configuration/installation.


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