This is the command kdb-fstab that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
kdb-fstab - Create a new fstab entry
kdb fstab <key-path> <fs_spec> <fs_file> <fs_vfstype> <fs_mntops>
Where key-path is the path the where the key should be stored in the key database. The
other arguments are as described in fstab(5).
This command is used to create a new fstab entry.
Due to the unique format of fstab entries, it is not possible to set individual elements
of new fstab entries.
This command is used to gather all the data needed to create a single fstab entry in order
to bypass the issue of not being able to set individual elements.
This command will create the new entry with a name of ZZZNewFstabName which should then
automatically be renamed by the fstab plugin.
Show the man page.
Print version info.
Explain what is happening.
To create an fstab entry to mount dev/sdb1 to /media/external stored in the key
system/fstab/sdb1: kdb fstab system/fstab/sdb1 /dev/sdb1 /media/external ext4
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