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Re: Mount usb drive with mount -a fails after f10 upgrade




Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:
> 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
>   

Essentially what I did by commenting out the whole line.  I don't really
need the external hd to automount at bootup (matter of fact I don't
remember having it setup that way in F8 before the upgrade) so I just
commented out the mount line entirely.

Kevin


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