Chapter 8: Creating the /etc/fstab file
tangoparis at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 16 15:45:47 PST 2004
I am almost there, but stressed and puzzled... In a case like that, better
ask the pros
I am refering to the file systems table.
Presently, my HD has 4 partitions. SuSE 9 boots in and the boot manager
offers linux, windows and a couple of other things.
The partitions are: hda1=windows, hd2=linux, hd3=swap hda4=lfs
linux is mounted at /
How can I set this up so I don<t loose SUSE boot manager.
So, my understanding is the following:
the / in the table refers to hda4 only
the swap is to be shared by linux and lfs
the fs-type for lfs is ext2
Or am I completely out of the track?
And where does that windows fits in (I am not even shure I have to bother
with it actually)
Any light for this tortured brain of mine will be mostly appreciated :-)
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