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    little about mount


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    mount
    for example
    mount [sorce path] [destination path]
    mount /dev/hda5 /ibrach
    this command create a mount point of hda5
    but when you relogin these mounts was cleared.
    How can i put it permanently.



    thanksss

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    The file you are looking for is /etc/fstab. It needs to be edited by root, but any entries in it are permanent. You will see in the file you may need to put in details for the time of mask you want - i.e umask=0,0,0

    Most likely you will want the same details as an existing partition of the same filesystem. If you are not comfortable with this there is most likely a tool for doing this through the GUI. What distro are you using?

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