BT3 is installed in USB
And I made them persistent.
/dev/sdb2: has "/changes" folder
syslinux.cfg has "changes=/dev/sdb2" option
Everything is okay except one thing..
When I unplug usb and plug them again, device name is always changed.
from /dev/sdb to /dev/sdc
I did umount for sdb1 and sdb2 before unplugging.
then.. after replugging, BT3 is not working properly
for example, when I run vi
bash: /usr/bin/vi: cannot execute binary file
1. Is there any way to change /dev/sdc to /dev/sdb?
1. Is there any way to set changes=/dev/sdb2 to changes=/dev/sdc2 after boot?
if you're running BT3 off of usb then you shouldn't be unplugging said usb to begin with
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On http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=283131 says that for removable media, you can identify the device by udev, volume label, or uuid.
The following commands are used to obtain these information:
ls /dev/disk/by-label -lah
ls /dev/disk/by-id -lah
ls /dev/disk/by-uuid -lah
I haven't try this yet, but I figure I would post the info for anyone else trying to work on it. So based on this information, on my fstab file, I should say something like: everytime you see a removable media with LABEL=volume_label mounted to /mnt/sda2
If I am wrong on my assumption, please correct me.