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Livebyfaith 
Mountlist?
Posted on 4-Sep-2020 18:34:17
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Hi everyone,

I am somewhat new to OS4, but I love it. Got a nice setup running under WinUAE and Amiga Forever. I recentlly added another drive to my Amiga setup, but can't figure our how to get it to mount automatically. I can run mounter on it after I boot and it works fine, but it won't mount automatically on boot up. I have seen an error at times saying the drive was not on the mountlist, but as far as I can tell that doesn't exist in OS 4.1 FE.

Anyone have any ideas what I could try?

Thanks in advance.

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NutsAboutAmiga 
Re: Mountlist?
Posted on 4-Sep-2020 18:44:38
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@Livebyfaith

Mountlist is so Workbench1.3, however you have your devs:dosdrivers/ technically they are the same, but this are not something you should use, as this set high / low cyl this is something that already exists in partition table, you can use the mounter tool to mount it in user-startup. program Sys:system/mounter can be run from shell, it has shell arguments.

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Livebyfaith 
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@NutsAboutAmiga

1.3 huh, wow that is old, I never even ran that back in the day, I started with 2.05. I wonder why there is an error message in 4.1 about it. I did try to mount it from User-startup, but I think my syntax was wrong.

I messed around in media Toolbox and I think I may have fixed it. I had it marked to automount, but it said I need to update that my other drive was no longer the last drive.

So it seems to work for now.

Thanks for your help, much appreciated.

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Hypex 
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Posted on 5-Sep-2020 18:02:45
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@Livebyfaith

That last drive marker. Yes it has been there since at least OS1.3 and beyond. I think it's more trouble that it's worth now days. It was bad enough back then when a drive didn't show up on purpose. But imagine booting Kickstart off your Workbench volume only to end up being confused by the insert disk screen asking you to insert Workbench.

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Livebyfaith 
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@Hypex

I never knew that. I guess I never experienced it because I couldn't afford to have more than one actual hard drive back in the day.

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