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BUGS => Bugs 2013.2 (DE/EN) => Topic started by: vilde on 2014/04/07, 23:36:49

Title: [SOLVED] Systemd-fsck stops boot when 2:hd is gone
Post by: vilde on 2014/04/07, 23:36:49
I did a new installation some days ago and I have one extra hd in my laptop, this time the extra hd was there when I did the installation, that has been so before but this was the first time I installed with systemd from the beginning.

Today when I removed the extra hd and put the cd/dvd drive in instead the computer stops during boot. The last I can see is systemd-fsck ......something, then it stops. The extra hd has ntfs and an installation of an ugly os that I will not mention by name here and has not been written on during installation.

Putting back the extra hd and boot will work as it should.

I have no idea if this is a bug or what?

(XFCE 32 bit on a 64 bit computer.)
Title: Re: Systemd-fsck stops boot when 2:hd is gone
Post by: GoinEasy9 on 2014/04/07, 23:55:07
I'm thinking that the second HD has a line in /etc/fstab, and, that's what causing the problem.  You might want to change the option "auto" in that line to "nofail" and see if that helps. 
Title: Re: Systemd-fsck stops boot when 2:hd is gone
Post by: vilde on 2014/04/08, 07:37:49
I'm thinking that the second HD has a line in /etc/fstab, and, that's what causing the problem.  You might want to change the option "auto" in that line to "nofail" and see if that helps.
You where thinking very right GoinEasy9, that did the trick.  :)