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10.4: Change a disk's mount point
Authored by: jaysoffian on Aug 16, '05 04:00:03PM
Under 10.4 I use this succesfully in /etc/fstab:

LABEL=Users     /Users  hfs     rw
It worked fine under 10.3 as well. You don't need to load the data into niload since the volume is mounted at boot before netinfo is running, hence /etc/fstab is used. You also don't need to use the UUID.

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LABEL in /etc/fstab
Authored by: sjk on Aug 16, '05 06:15:29PM

Cool... thanks for the tip! For some reason I wasn't able to get that working in 10.3 but I'll give it another try on 10.4 because of your success.

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