Hello. Today I made the update from Leap 15.3 to 15.4 on my PC(I already made the update on my laptop), but there is something wrong every time I reboot the system.
I need to explain my disks setup first. I have 4 drives on my PC. 2 SSD(one for Windows 10 and the other for Opensuse) and 2 HDD for data storage, all SATA. The setup look like that when I first installed the system, and is the same even before the update.
Adata (/dev/sda) [Opensuse]
Kingston (/dev/sdb) [Windows 10]
WDC (dev/sdc) [Data]
Toshiba (dev/sdd) [Data]
So I installed Leap, boot windows to see if the dual boot setup was fine, have created the mount folders for my data drives(I never mount the windows drive to avoid messing with W10) on /mnt to make things more comfortable to use, config the /etc/fstab using the UUIDs and all and everything was work fine. After some two or three reboots, i got this screen asking for permission to mount my Windows drive. And after another reboot, I get the same screen, but with my Kingston drive identified as the /dev/sdd drive.
The option “defaults” is a placeholder, unnecessary if using any other option. It’s actually the space between “,” and “noauto” that caused your problem. Space(s) between options cause options after the first to be ignored, if not invalidate the whole line.
Thank for the answers. Now I have a better understand of how the /etc/fstab works. Unfortunately, none of that changes solved the problem. The system still ask for a password and is messing with my disk positions.
**erlangen:~ #** journalctl -b -u polkit.service -u udisks2.service -o short-monotonic
8.183528] erlangen systemd: Starting Authorization Manager...
8.184000] erlangen systemd: Starting Disk Manager...
8.187071] erlangen polkitd: Started polkitd version 0.120
8.188486] erlangen polkitd: **Loading rules from directory /etc/polkit-1/rules.d**
8.188516] erlangen polkitd: **Loading rules from directory /usr/share/polkit-1/rules.d**
8.189238] erlangen udisksd: **udisks daemon version 2.9.4 starting**
8.191086] erlangen polkitd: **Finished loading, compiling and executing 6 rules**
8.191321] erlangen systemd: Started Authorization Manager.
8.191365] erlangen polkitd: **Acquired the name org.freedesktop.PolicyKit1 on the system bus**
8.293921] erlangen systemd: Started Disk Manager.
8.305541] erlangen udisksd: **Acquired the name org.freedesktop.UDisks2 on the system message bus**
18.725875] erlangen polkitd: **Registered Authentication Agent for unix-session:3 (system bus name :1.33 [/usr/libexec/polkit-kde-authentication-agent-1], object path /org/kde/PolicyKit1/AuthenticationAgent, locale de_DE.UTF-8)**
19.094032] erlangen udisksd: **Mounted /dev/nvme0n1p3 (system) at /TW-test on behalf of uid 1000**
1658.134377] erlangen udisksd: **Mounted /dev/sda1 (system) at /HDD on behalf of uid 1000**
1766.074214] erlangen udisksd: **Cleaning up mount point /HDD (device 8:1 is not mounted)**
[10341.230355] erlangen udisksd: **Mounted /dev/sda (system) at /FR735 on behalf of uid 1000**
[10927.670908] erlangen udisksd: **Cleaning up mount point /FR735 (device 8:0 no longer exists)**
[10927.676361] erlangen udisksd: **Error cleaning up mount point /FR735: Error unmounting: Command-line `umount -l '/FR735'' exited with non-zero exit status 32: umount: /FR735: nicht eingehängt.**
[10927.676690] erlangen udisksd: **Cleaning up mount point /FR735 (device 8:0 no longer exists)**
Well, I was trying to solve other problem and, by pure accident/luck, maybe had fixed all. I was trying to fix a issue with the KDE filepicker, so I change to the KDE repositories. And after that, the system stops asking for a pass to mount my W10 drive and after many reboots, the disk order keeps the same.