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Old 07-29-2004, 05:31 PM   #1
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Exclamation How do you auto mount a USB memory stick ?

Until now I have been using the mount unmount command to use my memory stick in fedora core 2. Is their a way around this? When I start up the computer one of the messages displayed is 'starting automount: no mount points defined'.

Also another weird message that I get on start up is smartd: [failed] can anyone tell me what this means and if it is a problem I should worry about.

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I don't have any fudora experience, but have succesfully
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