Re: automount and etc/fstab
On Sat, Jul 29, 2006 at 04:37:17PM -0400, Scott Reese wrote:
> sigi wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > since I reinstalled my system, I'm wondering, why my second hdd is
> > always mounted automatically after each new boot.
> > My /etc/fstab shows for this two partitions on this disk the following
> > entries:
> > /dev/hdb3 /daten1 ext3 noauto,rw,user 0 2
> > /dev/hdb1 /daten2 ext3 noauto,rw,user 0 2
> > I thought, that this entries should prevent the automount - and I
> > think, this worked before.
> > Can anyone give me a hint, which other package manages the mount-options
> > during boot-time? In the past it was everytime enough to edit
> > /etc/fstab ...
> Gnome has an auto-mounter that works with the hotplug system to pick up
> and mount CDs, USB-Sticks, and the like. Perhaps that is picking up the
> drive and mounting it for you. It picks up my /dev/sdc and mounts it
> without any intervention on the part of my /etc/fstab file.
> Good luck.
Thanks a lot, this helped.
Never heard of this annoying Windows-like option in Gnome - and didn't
have it in my formerly installation.