Hello I searched for this query(mounting all partitions on system startup) and found answer near to it. I added this command to startup applications "/usr/bin/udisks --mount /dev/disk/by-uuid/A2E6A54AE6A52011" and other three partitions separately. When i close and open startup applications it wont save all three partitions. It is saving only the last command added. Is there any way i can mount all partitions at system startup ? And the above procedure i followed is also opening that system partition resulting to delay in boot. If possible tell how to just mount all partitions but not to open all. But i want all partitions to be mount automatically. Please help me.
Image of what i edited fstab
The last three lines are the lines I added. According to your first suggestion.
According to your second suggestion.
This is the result of both edits.
Ok... Let me be more specific...The image below shows all the partitions of my internal hard disk. 1. I Just want to mount the partitions labeled (a) Sumana(Backups), (b) Movies,Doc's and Songs (c) Personal
This is the output of df -h
This is the output of cat /etc/fstab
And this is the uuid of all partitions
Now i want to mount sda3, sda5 and sda7 if possible even windows partition sda2.
Sorry if I'm bothering you brother. I had Unix as subject and now I'm interested in learning commands and customizing like this. And i wanted to mount. Hope I've uploaded all outputs you want.