Kevin Martin wrote: > > > FWIW, after upgrading to F10 I have mount problems of an external USB > drive as well. My fstab entry was: > > UUID=fa70e3b0-e364-4e9e-a5fc-c37e2b2e30c9 /media/disk > ext3 defaults 1 2 > > Every time I would reboot after the upgrade I would get a message saying > that the disk with that UUID could not be found to be checked and would > make me drop out to single user mode to try to fsck it. I finally > booted from cd and commented out that entry from the fstab on the hd and > then was able to reboot. FWIW, I can mount /media/disk from the command > line just fine after getting logged in so it seems like it's an issue, > at least in my case, of the USB device maybe not being readied soon > enough for the system to be able to find the external drive with UUID. > Could be your running into the same type of problem. > > Kevin > You could always turn off the auto-check for the drive in /etc/fstab. UUID=fa70e3b0-e364-4e9e-a5fc-c37e2b2e30c9 /media/disk ext3 defaults 1 0 Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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