External USB Hard Drive and re-booting
I have an external USB HDD (Western Digital 500Gb) plugged into my fileserver running Fedora 10, as a backup device. Everything's great with it, all works fine, etc. Except ...
I've struck a problem where on the odd occasion when the fileserver gets rebooted, it tries to boot the Linux Kernel off the external USB HDD rather than the internal drive where the O/S is installed. I get an error about the kernel not being found on (hd1,0).
I have to unplug the external drive and reboot, then plug the drive back in.
Any thoughts on why this is happening?
It's not a major problem, just an annoyance more than anything else.
Happy to provide any additional info if needed.
Thanks in advance for any help.