ensuring SCSI drive is mounted correctly whether or not a USB drive is plugged in at boot-up time
I have a machine that boots from and IDE drive then finds an internal
SCSI drive after any USB drives are found.
The SCSI disk gets fsck'd and mounted fine if there is no USB drive in
the machine, but the mount -a process at start-up mounts the USB drive
in place of one of the partitions of the SCSI disk when the USB drive is
I'd like to ensure that the SCSI drive always gets mounted properly at
boot-up time, whether or not a USB drive is plugged in.
Running Debian unstable, and wanting this to work with a stock Debian
kernel (ie I don't want to build the SCSI driver into the kernel).