Problems with new 160gb drive, can mount, but craps after reboot
It's on the 3rd onboard IDE channel setup as /dev/hde. I've compiled support into the kernel and everything goes fine before I reboot. I fdisk it, create a primary then write out. After that I do a mke2fs -j /dev/hde and it works out fine. Then I mount it and it's fine also.
When I reboot however, when it's in the process of loading, I get an error saying "wrong fs type, ...., bad superblock,..." Here's the line of my fstab
/dev/hde /mnt/hde ext3 defaults 0 0
My other 40 and 60gb drives load fine, but this one won't. It will mount, however, if I format it again.