Boot problem

Nicolas FRANCOIS (AKA El Bofo) nicolas.francois at free.fr
Thu Sep 12 16:03:47 PDT 2002


Here is my fstab file :

# Begin /etc/fstab

# La partition root
/dev/hda2    /               ext2      defaults                          1
1

# La partition de souape
/dev/hda11   swap            swap      defaults                          0
0

# Les autres partitions ext2
/dev/hda9    /mnt/oldlocal   ext2      defaults                          1
2
/dev/hda5    /mnt/oldlfs     ext2      defaults                          1
2
/dev/hda6    /mnt/lfs        ext2      defaults                          1
2
/dev/hda10   /download       ext2      defaults                          1
2
/dev/hdb3    /mnt/travail    ext2      defaults                          1
2

# Pour plus tard
/dev/hda8    /opt            ext2      defaults                          1
2
/dev/hda7    /usr/local      ext2      defaults                          1
2

# Les partitions FAT
/dev/hda1    /mnt/dos1       vfat      user,exec,umask=0                 0
0
/dev/hdb1    /mnt/dos2       vfat      user,exec,umask=0                 0
0
/dev/hdb5    /mnt/dos3       vfat      user,exec,umask=0                 0
0

# Les périphériques amovibles
/dev/cdrom   /mnt/cdrom      auto      user,noauto,nosuid,exec,nodev,ro  0
0
/dev/graveur /mnt/graveur    auto      user,noauto,nosuid,exec,nodev,ro  0
0
/dev/fd0     /mnt/floppy     msdos     sync,user,noauto,nosuid,nodev     0
0
/dev/sda4    /mnt/zip        auto      user,noauto,nosuid,nodev          0
0

# Les virtuels
none         /proc           proc      defaults                          0
0
none         /dev/pts        devpts    gid=4,mode=0620                   0
0
# usbdevfs     /proc/bus/usb   usbdevfs  defaults                         
# 0 0


# End /etc/fstab

While booting, I receive a [FAILED] during the "mounting other file
systems" process. Where can I find informations about what is failing ?
Mind you, everything is working fine after this, so it is not a great
problem.

Thanks.

\bye


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                   Nicolas FRANCOIS
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