how do you mount an nslu2 drive in fstab

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Network Storage Devices' started by rich, Jul 31, 2006.

  1. rich

    rich Network Guru Member

    I'm trying to get fstab (using Ubuntu) to mount the nslu2 disk 1 on boot. It works fine using the mount command from the command line if I enclose the embedded space in quotes
    "//192.168.1.10/disk 1"
    or use the backslash
    //192.168.1.10/disk\ 1

    but neither approach to dealing with the embedded space works when I try adding a line to fstab
    "//192.168.1.10/disk 1" /mnt/nslu2-1 -o ....etc...

    I can't get it to mount....same for using the back slash..I'm sure everyone but me knows how to do this but I've been googling all day and no luck.

    Any suggestions?
    thanx
    rt
     
  2. rich

    rich Network Guru Member

    disk\0401

    disk 1 = disk\0401

    I forgot this method....but it works fine.
    rt
     
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