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Old 16th June 2007, 04:04 PM
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weird mounting issue

i know i'm beating a dead horse here, and i did a search, but there are thousands of threads on this same issue. i'm starting a new thread because i get bizarre behavior from a 1gig flash drive and a 120 gig external hdd.

2 weird things i would like to discuss happening after i instaled F7, as they worked perfectly in FC6.

1. neither will automount upon startup
2. when i turn on my external hdd while the flash is also plugged in (not mounted), both will mount. It's sort of like a trigger. When one is detected and mounted, the other is then detected and also mounted.

i would like for them to automount at startup, because i think problem number 2 really isn't that big of a problem....just a harmless bug. I don't have them listed in my fstab, but i didn't have them in my FC6 fstab to automount on startup.

any ideas ???
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