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How can I automount systemwide partitions ?

asked 2013-07-03 07:02:39 -0500

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updated 2014-09-28 23:56:45 -0500

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I have 4 partition which all of them are ext4. Except the fedora installed partition plus the swap one, the others aren't Per-User. I want to automount them in startup and furthermore I want to have access and permission to handle files through these partitions. What should I do ?

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While this may not be a complete step-by-step answer for your particular case I think it will answer many of your questions

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answered 2013-07-03 13:47:39 -0500

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updated 2013-07-03 13:48:19 -0500

You can either setup /etc/fstab manually, or I think the disks utility might be of help. You can open the disks utility by searching for disks in Gnome Shell.

Make sure you use UUIDs in fstab since /dev/sdX# might be different when you reboot your system (or change your harddrive configuration).

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answered 2013-07-07 00:57:15 -0500

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Actually I used disks to off the "automatic mount option". After that, I checked "mount at startup" & "show in user interface" and this is mount options "nosuid,nodev,nofail,x-gvfs-show". Then I typed as a root in terminal "chmod 777 /mnt/*" (the stars should be replaced with name of your partition path which you can find in disks), by this way, I activated different permissions which you can find about them in different web pages.

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