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I've just put this up on Elija's Fifth Continent site, in case anyone wants to use it. The main difference from barbarella 2 is that I've completely rewritten the mount ...
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    Thumbs up Now barbarella 3.0


    I've just put this up on Elija's Fifth Continent site, in case anyone wants to use it. The main difference from barbarella 2 is that I've completely rewritten the mount tool. It can now handle lines in /etc/fstab for user-mountable disks that specify them by UUID or label rather than traditional device name. It uses libblkid to turn this into a device name for the actual display.

    Modern distros seem to prefer UUIDs - personally I think they're a pain in the neck.
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    Hey Hazel, good to hear you're still workin on Barbarella. I'm away for the weekend but I look forward to trying it out when I get back

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    Hazel, speaking of Barbarella, I was just noodling about my archives and found an ISO image of the DVD. That was such a wild movie! Didn't the band Duran Duran take their name from the character in the movie?
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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