I have a usb drive that I would like to use for automatic backup and I'd
like for it to be mounted at boot time and treated the same as any other
I found these instructions which describe exactly what I want to do...
However I'm running Ubuntu feisty and those instructions don't work
properly for this distro. During boot the fsck stage fails because the
disk isn't mounted yet (Well I think that's what's happening).
After boot up manually running 'mount -a' mounts the drive as expected.
Anyone know how to get this working? Or is there an alternative approach?
I figure I could just run mount -a in rc.local but then how would the
fsck get to run every nth mount?
Glenn Ramsey <glenn(a)componic.co.nz> 07 8627077