missing filesystem error
pacneil at linuxgeek.net
Thu Jan 1 12:35:47 PST 2004
Lon McPhail said:
> I have a RH9.0 system which upon booting, goes into a filesystems
> mode. I run fsck and get a...
> "couldn't find matching filesystem: LABEL=/usr/stow" error.
> Trying to fsck / e2fsck my way throught this with no success. Do any of
> here know how to either correct/repair this missing fs, or how to get the
> system to overlook it so that It'll boot?
One solution is to boot into single user mode, or with a rescue disk and
remove the entry for /usr/stow from /etc/fstab Another possibility is to
change the entry the same way to /dev/hd??
There probably are some other methods I haven't thought of.
Neil Schneider pacneil_at_linuxgeek_dot_net
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