fsck.ext3:unable to resolve 'LABEL=ydl1'
I have partitioned and formatted a 500gb external drive under ydl and created a mount point /ydl1. upon booting I get the following message.
fsck.ext3: unable to resolve "LABEL=ydl1'
*** an error occurred during the file system check.
*** dropping to a shell; the system will reboot
*** when you leave the shell.
give root password for maintenance
( or type control-d to continue)
when I enter root password it replies
(repair filesystem) 1 #
I have no idea what to reply
I can't bypass and thus the system is unbootable.
You need to remount / in rw mode
I ran into the same problem, I was trying to mount an iSCSI volume at boot and added the wrong fsck switches in /etc/fstab. So @ # (repair filesystem) type mount / -o rw,remount
then edit away.