[quote author=dsantamassino link=board=2;threadid=7915;start=0#msg72312 date=1065740464]
ok this is exactly what i did and i tied. I put a floppy in my drive and right click on the desktop and click disks. It really didn't matter wether it was a good floppy or because it did not work. Well i went to the home folder and clicked on /etc and then i clicked on fstab. I copied it and open up a text editor and then past. I clicked on the floppy on top of the editor where it says save. I went to /mnt and floppy. I named the file that i want to save and then i clicked save but it did not save the fstab file for me.
Why do you need to copy your fstab to a floppy?