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hello everybody, In my system , iam using ( linux and windows) windows is in one partition. if i want to use the files in windows , iam every time ...
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    hello everybody,

    In my system , iam using ( linux and windows)

    windows is in one partition. if i want to use the files in windows , iam every time mounting the corresponding partitions in linux...

    so, instead of that one , i simply wrote a script for that one.

    But the problem is , i don't know how to make my script to execute at system start up time.


    pls help me........

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    no need to write a script for automounting Windows partitions at boot up. add an entry for Windows in /etc/fstab file.

    Code:
    /dev/<win_partition>  <mount_point>  <file_system>  defaults,umask=0 0 0
    for FAT32, <file_system> is 'vfat' and for NTFS, its 'ntfs'.






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