Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 20033
Selecting "Activate the changes" generates error
Last modified: 2005-10-31 17:00:50 EST
RedHat 7.0 release 2.2.17-3 for Alpha
When selecting "Activate the changes" in Linuxconf, a message window
titled "Fix target of a mount" opens. The message states "the directory /
was originally mounted on /dev/sda. It should now be mounted on LABEL=1.
Should I umount/mount to fix it?". If No is selected, a similiar message
for /usr opens. Select No again and the message window and Linuxconf
close. If Yes is selected, a similiar message for /usr opens. Select Yes
again and the message "There were some errors. Some errors were
reported. Do you want to examine the logs" opens. If a change was made in
linuxconf, the change appears to take place when linuxconf closes.
The /etc/fstab files includes:
The RedHat 6.2 /etc/fstab file includes:
FYI -- I tested this problem against the release version (2.2.17-4) of RedHat
for Alpha and the problem still exists.
label support in /etc/fstab was added to linuxconf in august (after the beta
unfortunately, it was not incorporated by redhat at rh7.0 release time
You should upgrade to a newer linuxconf version to solve your problem