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There should always be 6 parameters on every line, divided by one or more spaces.
The first parameter is the device you would like to mount and the second one specifies the mount point (a folder, where the device will be mounted). You may also specify auto, if you wish to let the system guess. The most important are: All values are separated by comma(,).
Any previously mounted filesystems are not necessarily mounted automatically when the system restarts(other than root, which is always mounted automatically when the system starts).
The first column gives the device name, followed by the mount point, the type of filesystem, and instructions about how to treat the filesystem.One means the backup should occur daily, two means the backup should be every other day, and so on.This number is used for automated backup routines that can parse the /etc/fstab file for this information.For example, the root filesystem in the above table is /dev/sda1 and is a typical ext2 Linux filesystem.The CD-ROM device is mounted as /cdrom; it is an ISO 9660 (CD-ROM) filesystem and is mounted as read-only. Linux mounts the filesystems in the order they are given in /etc/fstab.