About 3 days ago my linux was working just fine until I went to shut it down. I pressed the “shutdown” button and it brought me to the login screen. So I said to myself Ok maybe just a bug, so i pressed shutdown on the login screen and nothing was happening. So I had to manually shut it down. Something was not right, so i booted it up again and it was saying stuff like cannot find “/jonathan/home/…etc.” and then the screen just stayed green like the background color of the login screen. So now I reinstalled everything including my windows xp on two seperate hard drives. But now im worried that openSUSE is gonna mess with my windows xp because I after I typed this code in, this popped up.
When you do not want to use your “Windows C drive” at all in openSUSE (and thus make it even more sure you can not do anything with it from openSUSE), change /etc/fstab. Edit this file as root. Search for the line with /windows/C in it and add a # character at the beginning of that lline.
On next boot it will not be mounted. And when you want to reverse this action in half a year or so, remove the # again.
Second hint. When you next post computer output (as you did earlier in this thread) do not make it blue, but use the # button in the tool bar. It will put CODE tags around it and it will be displayed to you and us in a neat, lay-out conserving manner.
Oh yes, and next time, do not reinstall as a problem curing method. Come here first. Most often we can help you to cure without you doing a reinstall. After all this is not Windows.