Thanks, I'll test this once I get my core to start working again. I forgot that I had manually run that on a previous run. Is there any was of doing that automagically? A script that will trigger that, or something? Not a big deal, but if there is a shortcut I'll take it.
I ran apt-get dist-upgrade on my system and it crashed later (unrelated I think) so the first reboot in a while and nothing is working quite right. None of my extra disks are getting auto-mounted and the log shows:
1 Tue Aug 18 22:27:03 PDT 2009 23331 CALLED TO MOUNT DEVICE 67
2 Tue Aug 18 22:27:03 PDT 2009 23331 Cannot find hal object with volume.uuid =
I look and it looks like the UUID for the partition is different than what the LinuxMCE has for it.
Also, it will not route any network traffic now. I had to unplug all my systems from behind my core and plug them in front of the core to get access to the Internets. I guess I'm just having a bad week.