ever need to unmount the partition you need to be logged in as root.
no command stuff should ever be needed.
sudo apt-get install pysdm
rodrigo666 wrote:Doesn't Pysdm does it all with a easy gui?
Husse wrote:no command stuff should ever be needed.
I disagree - at times the terminal is a very powerful tool and the only one
there should be a GUI tool as far as possible and the non existence of that for mounting disks is embarrassing
Can you use this to mount other kinds of partitions too?
DrHu wrote:rodrigo666 wrote:Doesn't Pysdm does it all with a easy gui?
Seems so, apart from some editing for ntfs disks..
PySDM is a Storage Device Manager that allows full customization of hard disk mountpoints without manually access to fstab.--the advertorial description..
It also allows the creation of udev rules for dynamic configuration of storage devices
sudo mkdir /mnt/Windows
echo "/dev/sdxx /mnt/Windows ntfs defaults,umask=007,gid=46 0 0" >> /etc/fstab
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