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Old 11-26-2004, 02:15 PM   #1
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apache on fedora

got a fedora box just wondering how to mount 2 other hard disks to the archives folders on it
the previous admin was using mtab something or other
any suggestions?
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The file which controls which filesystems are mounted at boot is /etc/fstab -- man fstab will tell you details about the format. Basically, you need to add a line to your fstab corresponding for each filesystem you want to mount. You can mount a filesystem without an fstab entry, but it will not be re-mounted when the machine is rebooted.


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