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That was interesting...Are sure you have installed Openmediavault onto /dev/sdb as you said before?
See my last posting for copy/paste.If they somehow combined PuTTY with SSL .. would it be called SLuTTY ?
Quote from: SeZo on March 07, 2013, 10:40:50 pmThat was interesting...Are sure you have installed Openmediavault onto /dev/sdb as you said before?I only had one drive connected up when I installed OMV which was the 10gb drive, I used the smallest drive I had available because as far as I understand the operating system uses the entire drive, the boot drive can't be partitioned, but knowing me I could have got things mixed up Graeme
That is OK then It looks like the /sda1 & 5 are mounted by fstab (in a very complex way)You might have trouble untangling them
How I see it is you installed with a single disk .. added another disk (which became sda) .. then you set the second HDD as the primary boot device in the BIOS ?
OK, ignore that last question .. just checked the model numbers .. the 10GB is IDE, the 80GB is SATA .. the BIOS is obviously set to boot SATA first.
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For the sake of sanity .. change the jumpers on those 2 drives .. so -10GB = Master80GB = Slave
And have them both connected at installation.
BTW, there's probably no need to format and start again.
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