When I boot, after startup and before I log on, an error icon appears. I click - it shows a summary of the
material that normally rolls by on a unix startup. One item is checked. it says
Enabling /etc/fstab swaps: swapon: /dev/mapping/vg_knox-lv_swap:
read swap header failed: invalid arguement
I have 1 disk - it has 2 partitions - one an 83 type with a file system in it, holds the kernel, mounts at /boot.
The second partition is an 8e type contains a volume group logically split between lv_root and lv_swap and physically located on sda2.
As I understand it, the system is having trouble processing the commands for lv_swap.
I am tempted to mess with these commands, but don't have enough know how to do so and am short on the time required to learn enough to master this subject.
Can someone help?