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From: "Chris Barker" <Chris.Barker@...>
Subject: udev, fstab, and fsck at boot.
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2004 10:12:46 -0800
Hi all,

I just upgraded to udev with the 2.6 kernel, and noticed that the new 
fstab is using:

/dev/BOOT
/dev/ROOT

rather than /dev/hda5, for example.

The system seems to work fine, bu on boot I get errors when it tries to 
fsck /dev/ROOT and /dev/BOOT. I'm bad superblock error on the ext2 boot 
partition and something else on the Reiser root partition, but I think 
the real problem is that it can't find them.

Any ideas?

-Chris



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