Mounting ext2 in fstab
I want to mount my partitions with data automatitcly when system is loading. Now to have a look at it i must mount first it
mount -t ext2fs /dev/ad0s3/ mnt/dane
Device Mountpoint FStype Options Dump Pass /dev/ad0s3 /mnt/dane ext2 rw 2 2
I guess you don't want the FS to be dumped.
°Pass: I suggest 0 also
1 is for the root,
2 the others.
If 0, the file system will not be fsck'd at boot.
On multi-boot systems, you are at risk of not having the ext2fs kernel/modules of the same version. There are some incompatibilities between some version.
So, the rule is: only file check the filesystem with the OS which created it.
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