Re: How to mount disks by label in Unslung
- --- In email@example.com, "Mike (mwester)" <mwester@...> wrote:
>Thanks for that Mike, at the moment it's not a problem as my drives
> rincewindcook wrote:
> > Hi
> > I have 2 ext3 disks on a hub connected to the disk 1 port. Is it
> > possible to mount these by label or under Unslung? there is a wiki
> > here
> > http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/MountDisksByLabel
> > but this is for debian. Can this be modified to use with unslung?
> Short answer: No.
> Long answer: Unslung lacks the libraries and software to automagically
> create the databases that map the label and uuid to disk device upon
> detection. If you were creative enough, and determined enough, it would
> be possible to back-port all that stuff to make something work, somehow
> -- but I think that your time would be better spent in making SlugOS or
> Debian work for you, rather than struggling to make the ancient kernel
> and the proprietary Linksys code do what it wasn't designed to do...
> Mike (mwester)
seem to be detected the same way each time I boot up, I was just
trying to prempt future problems. The more I learn about my slug (only
had it a couple of weeks) the more I think it may be better to switch
to debian, although the lack of a gui (although someone told me I may
be able to run 'webmin' on it) and my limited linux knowledge is
putting me off at the moment. Thanks again for the reply.