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Hi there. I create a partition reiserfs in my disk. I want to put it on /etc/fstab for I don't have to mount manually every time. But I don't know ...
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    fstab question


    Hi there.
    I create a partition reiserfs in my disk.
    I want to put it on /etc/fstab for I don't have to mount manually every time. But I don't know some options in the file. My partition is in /dev/hda4 and I mount it on /mnt/stuff and it is reiserfs.

    Can you help ?

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    Add something like

    /dev/hda4 /mnt/stuff defaults 0 0

    If that doesn't work try

    /dev/hda4 /mnt/stuff reiserfs,users 0 0

    Have a go and post back
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    for fstab configuration check this out:
    https://www.cae.wisc.edu/fsg/linux/linux-fstab.html
    good luck!
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    Hello again !
    Tks for your answers.
    Well it's working !
    I put: /dev/hda4 /mnt/stuff reiserfs defaults 0 0
    And it works fine !

    Tks a lot !

    Peace

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