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View Poll Results: Which Method You Use to Mount Devices/Filesystems?
amd (automounter from base system) 3 12.00%
hal (hardware abstraction layer) 5 20.00%
none (mount everything manually) 14 56.00%
other (specify) 3 12.00%
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Default Automatic Mount for Devices/Filesystems

Do you use automatic mount for filesystems?
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