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+I agreed with you joey, we need to be able to add mount point directly into the fstab file in order to let the world know about all the mount points.
+Maybe a way also to generate the mount point with the system d syntax.
+So maybe the best solution is to have a DSL (like you did in you dism system) and then generators for fstab, systemd, etc...
+This property should be revertable in order to add or remove lines (files).
+the fstab should also contain some invariant code (the lines generated during the system installation). I speak about Debian installation.