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Re: First boot with 20040908 changes



>> As long as the drives are only detected and mount points made, it don't have a
>> problem. If the drives are *mounted*, I have a real problem. By mounting the
>> drive, you may suddenly cause a drive to get fsck'ed by a newer program that
>> oopses older kernels,
>
>Has this actually happened?

Yes. I have a drive that is a pass between 2 OS's that's partitioned as ext3.
When FC3 does anything to that drive & I reboot into another OS, it oopses.
Sometimes on boot it drops me to a nash console where I basically reformat the
partition to recover.

-Steve Grubb


		
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