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Re: hotplugging USB disk on key: incorrect fstab entry



Once upon a time Sunday 02 May 2004 11:52 pm, Alexander Kirillov wrote:
> I have a problem with USB disk on key (Lexar Jumpdrive) in test 3:
> after insertion, hotplug recognizes the drive and adds an entry to
> /etc/fstab like this:
> /dev/sda /mnt/diskonkey auto ....
>
> This is incorrect, and as a result, clicking on the icon in GNOME's
> "Computer" or manually mounting via mount /mnt/diskonkey returns error.
> Correct entry should be
>
> /dev/sda1 /mnt/diskonkey auto ....
>        ^^^^
> After editing fstab manually, everything works fine. Anyone else has
> seen this problem? Should I bugzilla it?
>
> (this is on a Dell Latitude D600 laptop)
> Sasha

i would bugzilla it  but the problem is that some use /dev/sda and 
others /dev/sda1  i think the newer and the biggerones tend to use /dev/sda  
though im not sure if that is entirely accurate.  i have three different USB 
disk keys and all use /dev/sda1  though i usually just put the entry 
is /etc/fstab  and leave it be

Dennis



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