[xubuntu-users] Can't mount drives
googoleyes at gmail.com
Mon Jun 2 04:12:08 BST 2008
Can you explain why this would take place? Does it have something
to do with ide-scsi? I had thought that the ide-scsi layer was
deprecated in the 2.4 kernel, but I have noticed on more than one
machine ide devices referred to as 'sdxx'. Seems strange.
Btw, thanks for stepping in. It looks like you know more about
this than I do- and I suspect I was about to wander out of my depth ;)
On Sun, Jun 1, 2008 at 5:54 PM, David Collins <db.collins at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> I suggest that you look closely at /etc/fstab.
> If UIDs are being referenced, these might have changed since the upgrade.
> Install and run 'gnome-device-manager' to see what the current UIDs of your
> drives are. They may need to be changed in /etc/fstab.
> Another possibility is that drives that were referenced as /dev/hdxx in
> Gutsy are referenced as /dev/sdxx in Hardy. This happened to me.
> Again, gnome-device-manager will show you what the correct 'device file' is.
> David Collins
> Date: Sun, 01 Jun 2008 14:45:43 -0400
> From: Scott Eaton
> <sjeaton at wowway.com>
> Subject: [xubuntu-users] Can't mount drives
> To: Xubuntu Help and User Discussions <xubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
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> Greetings fellow users!
> When I was using Gutsy, I could see two additional hard drives I have
> installed in my system.
> When I upgraded to Hardy, they left my desktop and I can find them or
> mount them.
> Any ideas?
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