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How to mount your hard drives on Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10

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Usually Ubuntu mounts your hard disks during OS installation, but sometimes your windows hard drives are not mounted and you must mount manually for every use. Fortunately, there is a simple solution with a an app called Pysdm. This app has Graphical User interface and mounting your disks and setting mount options on every Ubuntu start is a breeze. To install the Pysdm, start your terminal and enter:

sudo apt-get install pysdm

After installation enter:
sudo pysdm

On partition list you can found all your hard drives. Click on the drive you want to mount, then on general preferences tab click Mount and apply. If the disks are not mounted on startup, start your Pysdm again and select Mount on startup options then apply. Be careful, don’t play with the rest options if you are not experienced user because you can damage your Ubuntu system.

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