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There are some mirroring tools available, debmirror is one of them (apt-get install debmirror). The following script (basically one command) hopefully works. The full release is quite many gigabytes, so I didn't test this thoroughly. #!/bin/sh debmirror -v --timeout=300 \ --cleanup --host=old-releases.ubuntu.com \ --root=ubuntu --method=http --diff=none \...
Disks GUI program controls fstab. You can go there and put your partitions mount options on automatic by switching it off and on again. I think it will rebuild your fstab to the default mode.
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