The first column is the filesystem device that you wish to mount. Normally it will be something like
/dev/hda1 for a physical hard drive, but can be in many other forms. For example, to access a Windows network, you'd use something like
//host/share in this column.
The second column is simply the mountpoint, or the directory you'd like the filesystem attached to.
The third column is the filesystem type. It can be the type of filesystem on the hard drive, like vfat, ext3 or reiserfs or it can be a network protocol like cifs or nfs. Enter auto here if you aren't sure of the type or if the type isn't always the same (such as for a USB stick)
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