How to automount partitions in Ubuntu 13.04 and Linux Mint 15

Posted by annamese on Jun 7, 2013 7:57 AM EDT
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If you have other partitions than just the linux partitions in your computer, you will sometimes need to automount them at startup, for showing up on your conky config, or continuing a torrent download .. etc. With the old releases of Ubuntu and Linux Mint, the common advice you will find is to use pysdm, a GUI tool, to automount the partitions. However, since Ubuntu 12.10, pysdm has been removed from the repositories so I will teach you a trick to automount partitions without installing anything.

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