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Old 09-05-2008, 11:01 AM   #1
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auto mount after reboot


I use Debian server , I just set a mount connection from local server to remote server , I would like to ask if I want this mount still active after reboot the server , except add the mount connection to /etc/fstab , any else that I need to do ? thx
 
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All you need to do is put it into /etc/fstab, and it will retain between reboots.
 
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I use Debian server , I just set a mount connection from local server to remote server , I would like to ask if I want this mount still active after reboot the server , except add the mount connection to /etc/fstab , any else that I need to do ? thx
I'm a n00b, but something I've found after fiddling with six or seven distros and mounting/automounting my four partitions is that you might need to set the permissions on that mount point if you have any problems getting into it. I use chmod -R to set the permissions on my partitions after automounting them and editing fstab.
 
  


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