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    But if itś already in /etc/fstab then you only need mention the source or destination point.
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    i'm not so sure but the process worked for me ever since. i'm not familiar with fstab doing the work for you.

    read manual for mount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taking_the_music_back
    whatever the default kernel of Slackware 10.0 is...... it's either 2.4.2 something, or 2.6. I think it is the former, however.
    just installed slack 10 it is the 2.4.x that is installed by default
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