Mounting a Filesystem inside a Live CD

Say for some reason you can’t access your computer. Perhaps you need to reinstall GRUB, or maybe you are running a minimal linux install (say LFS) and need to work in a different environment that supports your hardware until you can configure your linux kernel. Well, one of the options … Continue reading

Editing the FSTAB file

If you want to have drives auto mounted upon boot, the way to do that is by configuring the /etc/fstab file. By doing this, you don’t have to issue the mount command every time you want access to your drive. The basics of editing this file is pretty straightforward, though some … Continue reading