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At least, you've narrowed it down.
Can you post your new fstab? And have you done any 'upgrading' lately?
Windows or Slackware. Windows is notorious for changing things on the hdd without letting you know....
Usually, it messes with NTFS, but you never know....
Last edited by cwwilson721; 06-23-2006 at 12:32 AM.
I think the problem started when I tried to mount the partition on Solaris. When I mounted it on Solaris it said "/mnt/extra might be busy" , but it still mounted. I didn't think that was the cause but it might have been.
I have been getting errors when I booted slackware since I installed it about a week ago. Everything worked ok so I didn't worry about it. Now I'm not getting any. I guess turning off the auto did help