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Auto-mount disks on Startup

sudo fdisk -l

See which disk you want to auto-mount.

Suppose you attached a USB-drive and it’s shown as “/dev/sdb1” in above command.

Its file-system will also be shown beside that. 284 more words

Linux

raspi: mount usb drives on bootup

to auto mount usb drives on bootup one can simply add some lines to the /etc/fstab file:

UUID=e0a4c8da-67d1-423d-939c-4dc8249079f0 /mnt/small btrfs rw,defaults,nofail 0 0

you need to change the following: 35 more words

Linux

Access Control Lists RHEL 7

Files and directories have permission sets for the owner of the file, the group associated with the file, and all other users for the system. However, these permission sets have limitations. 290 more words

[Debian Bug] FAT32 Timestamp Offset Issue

FAT32 should be saved using localtime instead of UTC, designed by microsoft. However, FAT32 in Raspbian Version of Linux is saving timestamp with UTC time even without… 247 more words

Configs

perintah di centOS untuk monitoring infrastruktur

untuk menjamin infrastruktur sesuai dengan yang direncanakan, ada beberapa perintah yang bisa digunakan :

  1. fdisk -l untuk mengelola disk partition di Linux
  2. mount untuk mengelola…
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Tipntrik

How to fix boot failure due to incorrect fstab on linux?

  • at the grub prompt, hit to append options
  • add init=/bin/bash to the kernel command line
  • mount -o remount,rw /
  • vim /etc/fstab 
  • reboot
Troubleshooting

How to check the entries in fstab without system reboot

/etc/fstab contains information about the disks. It has the details about where the partitions and storage devices should be mounted. We usually configure automount, disk quota, mount points etc in this fstab. 91 more words

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