Hi all, I am trying to create a script to read my Windows UUIDs and create mounts in fstab. I know there are different and maybe even better ways to mount Windows partitions at boot time, but I always manually create them in fstab successfully. I do a clean install of Ubuntu often and would like to just run a script to do it for me.
Following is my fstab file, I'm using Kubuntu 14.04 a fresh install. It is a dual machine with Windows 7. I want to be able to get to Windows via the "Mnt" button on Dolphin. I'm fairly sure that fstab is the answer, I have worked with this file a number of years ago but memory fails me now.
Hello. I installed f19 to a new ssd, but didn't set mount points for any of my old storage drives during installation. The system booted fine and I did some partition deleting/moving/adding swap on the old drives with gparted, then added new lines in /etc/fstab. The next boot failed and gave me a dracut prompt. The log had some complaints about uuid xxxxxx devices not existing.
I thought I would give it some time and write my experience with our friend on the forums: Darko. First, I posted a thread asking if someone can help me along the way of setting up our IT infratructure. We were on a Linux shared environment.