Problem with the automount
Hi There !
In the beginning I´d like to say:
Great work made with "Debian live" i really like it !
Since about 2 weeks i try to set up a USB-Stick live debian which meets
So far i build a encyrpted Lenny system. (Because i need encryption i
cant use Debian 6.0)
Id try to use persistence. For this case i use an 2GB USB-Stick.
The first partition (sdb1) ist the DEBIAN_LIVE one.
The second (sdb2) ist an ext2 filesystem named live-rw.
(i also tried it to be ext3 and fat16)
When i try to boot the Live-System persistent i get a lot of error
messages. The system tries to mount two ext3-Partitions of the internal
Harddisk (sda2 & sda3). After a couple of tries the boot process stops,
and i end up in the busybox, telling me it can´t mount the Harddisk
partion for the use als live-rw . (which i really don´t what.)
(If i dont use the persistent option i got the same error messages,
about the unmountable ext3 partitions on the internal HD, but the system
Id like to have the USB-Stick (sdb2) used as persistent partition.
But i have no clue how to manage this. I tried to figure out, how to
stop the live-stick from automounting the internal Harddisk. But i found
(In the end i´d like to have the live-rw partition on the USB crypted,
but that will be the next step, when everything else runs smooth.)
Please could someone help me ?