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Old 01-30-2013, 04:45 PM
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Quote from teetee1 View Post :
to prevent the neverland boot situation because the drive in fstab list isn't there during boot you can use "noauto [tuxfiles.org]" option in fstab so it doesn't mount during boot but you can put a systemd start-up script to mount them.

For real time automount through udev there are more to dig in the archwiki udev section [archlinux.org].
could you explain in further detail what you mean by the start up script, or provide an example? i've never written a script and wouldnt know how to launch one with systemd/systemctl

thanks