Is there a version of tune2fs for SlugOS?
- I just re-plumbed my SlugOS slugs to boot of thumb drives and moved my
old USB hard drive enclosures to a hub connected to port 2. The
enclosures are pretty cheap and don't seem to support spindown so I
was planning on switching power on and off manually as needed. I ran
into the issue of the drives being mounted at random points depending
on when they were powered up.
Looking for a fix I saw this article in the wiki:
It sounded good so I went looking for the tune2fs program to set drive
labels and couldn't find it on my slug.
Not a major problem, just plugged the hub into my Linux box and ran it
from there and put the drives back on the Slug. Edited /etc/fstab to
this and the drives don't move around regardless of power on order.
LABEL=disk1 /mnt/disk1 ext3 defaults,noatime 1 1
LABEL=disk2 /mnt/disk2 ext3 defaults,noatime 1 1
LABEL=disk3 /mnt/disk3 ext3 defaults,noatime 1 1
LABEL=disk4 /mnt/disk4 ext3 defaults,noatime 1 1