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    Mounting persistent home after system boots up

    I remember a command that I could run to mount my persistent disk image if I forgot to mount it during the boot process. However, I have searched and searched for it but cannot find it. I believe it is the same command run at boot time that gives the 20 second dialog box.



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    Neeraj

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    This is the option when booting up. There is some utility in sbin or bin or someplace like that which if I execute, on a system already running knoppix, it will mount the disk image as my home directory. I did this with knoppix 5.01 when I was having trouble, but cannot find the instructions for this anymore.

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    Neeraj

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