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Disk Quota In Linux

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by y.sudhir.rao, Aug 7, 2006.

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    Dear Friends,

    In Fedora Core Linux, i have to set Disk quota for users and groups. For this i have to make settings in /etc/fstab. How to do it. What device file name should i give for the /home/user1 directory (user's home directory) in the fstab file. The other parameters i give is /home default users,groups 1 1. But i could not find the first parameter. Could you help me please.

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