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Cannot change options in mounting ntfs partition for rw

I need to mount a ntfs volume for read & write for a particular group of users, so I tried putting in this line in /etc/fstab: (I have also tried UUID but it was the same result) /dev/sda1 ...
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Mount NTFS dive with permissions set to 777

I need to mount a NTFS drive with permissions set to 777 on debian. The code i have in fstab now is: /dev/sdb2 /disk ntfs defaults,nls=utf8,umask=000,uid=1000,windows_names 0 ...
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mounts not present in fstab. where are they?

my debian system is using tmfs for a few things, notably /tmp and it's using a rather small size for it. And it's nowhere to be found in my /etc/fstab i guess i could just add the entry in fstab and ...
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debootstrap creates blank fstab (“UNCONFIGURED FSTAB FOR BASE SYSTEM”) - how do i configure fstab for the first time?

I've been following this tutorial to create a custom amazon ec2 image. It looks like debootstrap doesn't set up the fstab anymore. When I get to the mount /proc step, it complains: warning: can't ...
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what to do when fstab breaks?

Which is the best way to fix broken fstab? I think that i could do that with some live linux distro. First serch for partitions and mount them to temporary created /temproot. Manually mount partitions ...
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Is there any GUI tool to configure /etc/fstab?

I have little experiences in configuring the 'fstab'. I'm looking for any GUI tool that helps me with this. If possible based on gtk and should be available in Debian.
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What are the default fstab mount parameters in Debian?

I've accidentaly corrupted my fstab and cut the ends of lines. There are now disk uid, mount point, filesystem for root and swap, but the mount parameters are missing. The system boots as readonly. ...
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Debian: Unable to mount a second drive as a subdirectory inside of another partition

I have the following /etc/fstab: # /etc/fstab: static file system information. # # <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> ...