Creating and Editing Filesystems Graphically with fsconf and linuxconf

The fsconf utility allows you to edit, add, or delete mounts. When you invoke the filesystem configurator, you are given the choice of five tasks (see Figure 18.2).

Figure 18.2. The fsconfig tool—top level.

If you look at Figure 18.3 you will notice that linuxconf uses the same menu layout as fsconf.

Figure 18.3. The linuxconf tool—top level.

Each of these utilities is detailed here.

Access Local Drive

The first option you see is Access Local Drive. As you can see from Figure ...

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