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SubjectRe: Drive name slips...

> If you are using ext2 filesystems, you can use the ext2 filesystem "label"
> instead of the device in /etc/fstab, so you don't get burned by drive name
> or address changes. See mount(8) and fstab(5) for more info (a newer version
> of mount is required to support labels).

Cool, I didn't know that. BTW I think it's better to store the name in the
partition table instead of in the filesystem...

Bye.



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