(SOLVED) Auto-mount internal harddrive partitions on live-usb boot

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    orcrist

    Hello,
    I use latest antix on usb with persistence. Is there a way that my internal hard drive ntfs partitions boot automatically on boot? So far I have to run disk-manager and untick and tick again the partitions every time I boot the system.

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    skidoo

    [mistaken information removed]

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    dolphin_oracle

    if you are using hte live system, you can use the mount=all boot option to automatically mount anything the system finds.

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    orcrist

    Thank you both for bothering.
    skidoo, the part of Control Centre you pointed to has nothing to do with internal harddrive partitions – at least I haven’t managed to find something…
    dolphin_oracle, you have been of great help as always. My partitions are finally being mounted at startup. I can write to my ntfs data partition but not to my ext4 MX partition but the first is what I have been interested in anyway. Thanks one more time.

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    skidoo

    oops, sorry about the misinformation. To avoid confusing future readers, I’ve scrubbed that post.

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