Editing the fstab file

You can edit the /etc/fstab file to mount a file system automatically at boot time.

You must specify the following:

Each entry must be on a single line.

See the fstab(5) manual page.

The following is a typical fstab file with the new file system on the last line:

  LABEL=/																	/												ext3									defaults									1 1
  LABEL=/boot													/boot								ext3									defaults									1 2
  none																				/dev/pts					devpts							gid=5,mode=620			0 0
  none																				/proc								proc									defaults									0 0
  /dev/sdc1															swap									swap									defaults									0 0
  /dev/cdrom														/mnt/cdrom			udf,iso9660		noauto,owner,ro		0 0
  /dev/fd0																/mnt/floppy		auto									noauto,owner					0 0
  /dev/vx/dsk/fsvol/vol1		/mnt1								vxfs									defaults									0 2