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Are manually mounted disks automatically properly unmounted on reboot/shutdown?
I am facing unsolved behaviour of automounting using fstab as described in Disk mounted shows wrong size in df, and appears empty So I used the workaround to have a fstab entry: ...
Sep 12 '13 at 11:40
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