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owiknowi
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« on: April 14, 2011, 18:36:02 PM »

i 've solved it.
was used to find mounted disks in /media/'disklabel' but pardus does it like: /media/sdb1/
this is more like disk managers do but works just as well ones set to automatically mount on boot.

still a question: how can i set this question to 'solved'?
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been a penguin user for quite some time and even remember manually editing fstab.
nowadays that's often done automatically by the penguins, even my sd-card.

in pardus kurumsal 2 i first have to click on the sd-device in order to make it accessible (system places->storage media).

since i use a sd-card to store all personal data, mail included, it would be nice if pardus also would do that for me during the boot process.

btw. i found out that it has a different mountpoint when i manually set it to automatically mount through tasma disk manager?

gratefull for any help
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