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Old 13th October 2005, 02:03
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I guess you just typed in /etc/fstab on the shell, right? This doesn't work. You have to use an editor like vi to open the file and edit it. E.g.,
vi /etc/fstab
will open /etc/fstab in the editor vi.

Read how to use vi here:

If this is too complicated, you could use WinSCP to copy the file to your Windows machine and edit it there (but make sure to save the file with Unix linebreaks!).
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