fstab entry for fusefs based
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Mon Feb 3 05:48:12 UTC 2014
On Sun, 2 Feb 2014 21:31:30 -0800
Kevin Oberman <rkoberman at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd like to have file systems that use fusefs mount at boot time, but
> I don't know what to put into the fstype field. I used ntfs in prior
> versions, but it's been dropped and I now use ntfs-3g. I also need to
> mount an exFAT file system and I have no idea how to approach either.
> I'm also not sure about the format for options.
> I can mount either manually and they work fine. I'd just like to have
> the system mount them for me.
I used to have a very simple solution for cases like this. Not for your
problem specific, but in general.
I used to write a script, put it into /etc/rc.d, put an entry
into /etc/rc.conf and the script did then what I wanted.
When I log-in, all is in the state how I want it.
As you know how to manually mount the media, it should not be a problem
to write the script either.
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