Re: how to mount /etc on /dev/hda2
Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2003 17:18:56 +0100
> chip wrote:
>> trivial question (newbie)
>> how to have /etc mounted on /dev/hda2
>> instead of /dev/hda1 (default at startup)
> I think you've misunderstood the concept
> of mounting a little bit...
> do a
> $ man mount
> and then
> $ less /usr/doc/Linux-HOWTOS/Filesystem-HOWTO
I asked what a duck is and you say see the encyclopedia, the one with no
Thank you BUT I still don't know what to do (man mount has 689 lines and
no example). Either you don't know, or you must be a little sadistic
(sorry, I am tired).
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