I want to know why nfs could be mounted by writing it to /etc/fstab since network started later than mount filesystem.
Thanks in advance.
I'm creating an encrypted filesystem with LUKS. Inside of it is a single BTRFS filesystem.
If I add the UUID (and subvolume) of the filesystem to /etc/fstab, will the filesystem automatically be mounted when the LUKS container is decrypted?
I always mounted my floppy, optical discs, then USB drives to BSD-type mount points. In the last few years I learned you can set mount points in fstab,but is there any way to get KDE (3/TDE and/or 4) to auto-mount devices according to fstab?