Returning /var/tmp to its rightful place
I followed a guide to setup my new Linux Mint 14 installation on my new SSD: Link to guide
My partitions are as follows:
/boot on SDA1
/ on SDA3
/var on SDB2
/home on SDB3
I can't paste my fstab output as I'm not at home at the mo.
Anyway, part of the guide suggests mounting /tmp & /var/tmp as tmpfs by adding the following lines to the end of fstab:
none /tmp tmpfs nodev,nosuid,mode=1777 0 0
none /var/tmp tmpfs nodev,nosuid,mode=1777 0 0
After further research I now know that it is not advisable to mount /var/tmp in this way and I want to reverse this.
It's probably just a case of deleting the bottom line from fstab and rebooting, but I thought Id check with the experts to make sure there isn't anything else I need to do. Will it find it's way back to it's old location or is there some jiggery pokery I have to do to revert?
Thanks in advance.