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Old 4th March, 2013, 09:39 PM
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Yes that is Gedit the text editor.
1. click open
2. select file system
3. double-click etc
4. find fstab on the list
5. select fstab
7. click open

Now you should be able to see the entries in fstab
Don't change anything, just copy the text and paste here
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