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Practical Linux by Bill Ball, John Ray, Michael Turner, M. Drew Streib

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Mounting File Systems with linuxconf

If you are using the linuxconf program as described in Chapter 6, "Configuring Your Environment," you can visually make adjustments to your /etc/fstab or mount a file system. Under the File Systems section you will notice separate modules for Access Local Drive or Access NFS Volume. Choosing either option brings up the Volume Specification tab, shown in Figure 7.1, where you can enter the details of the file system you want to mount. The new file system will now be in your fstab and will be mounted when you activate your changes in linuxconf.

Figure 7.1. The linuxconf tool also allows you to change options on file systems you already have in your /etc/fstab.

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