Hi, i didn't know where to put this, thought this would be reasonable as it's to do with hard disks....
What is a suggested set of rules for mounting a Windows FAT32 drive under Linux to auto mount at boot? Currently i have
now i know the noauto will cause it to not mount at boot... however, i haven't had a lot of experience in using the fstab file. I want to be able to write to a windows drive, and treat it as i would in windows. What's the best settings for the fstab/user settings?Code:
noauto,user,sync 0 0