Although Puppy doesn't use /etc/fstab (it has its own, 'quirky' way of doing things), I believe I'm right in saying that your mount entry would look something like the following (revealed through the use of the 'blkid' command).
This is an example from the auto-mount section of the Samba-TNG server start-up file we use in Puppy (which in Pup's case, lives in /root/Startup):-
#Mount any shared drives here:
mount -U d02d3eb7-4f23-4608-af43-85b7bf7a86bf /mnt/sda1
mount -U a003a133-8dbf-4082-b831-b779b6ffb9ad /mnt/sda10
mount -U 61885f69-428c-4bf1-bf7a-adf8c1432a76 /mnt/sdg1
mount -U cde0f99c-d39d-43b8-9be9-28073cf4f7d8 /mnt/sdg2
Hope that helps to clarify matters a wee bit. Note, as Al has explained, the use of the '#' symbol.....denoting lines that your OS ignores (just for your information).
In Puppy's case, the 'UUID=' portion isn't used.....the '-U' denotes this instead, and serves the same purpose. Sorry to perhaps confuse the issue here, which is not the intention.....I just wanted to give one example of how these things can be done. As Al says, there are a few different ways this can be accomplished.
Over to you, Al!
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 28 November 2016 - 07:01 PM.
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