Pol Hallen <de...@fuckaround.org> writes:

> hi all :-)
> I migrated my pc to systemd (!), in /etc/fstab I've
> /dev/sdb1     /test   ext4    x-systemd.automount     0       0
> (I use UUID but to semplify I wrote /dev/sdb1)
> this line works but only on some pc
> what is the correct way to mount a disk automatically at start up of system?
> thanks!
Just remove the x-systemd.automount. Replace it with 'defaults' or
whatever other options you like.

Unless a volume is marked with specific systemd options to *not* mount
it automatically, systemd will mount everything in fstab at boot.


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