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Old 2nd December 2006, 06:15 AM
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Easy Questions-Need Help

Going to group these together into 1 post because i am sure the answers are easy for most...Recent switch to Fedora 6...How do i do the following..

1) If i open the "Computer" icon on the desktop, i want to have an icon for a newly added partition. this partition is /dev/hdb3 and the mount point is /mnt/Fat...how do i add that?


2) Whenever i open a new folder it keeps the folder i was just in open and opens a new window. how do i change it so it keeps the same window open and just goes into the selected folder? like how windows does it by default...

3) I use TightVNC Viewer to connect from my XP laptop to my Fedora box...I have to log into the OS to connect from the XP laptop. If Fedora is sitting at the login prompt i cant connect. I tried setting the VNCServer daemon to run at startup but that didnt do it...
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