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    Hi, What would cause my system screen to freeze up so I can't access it? How do I fix this please? FC% os.

    also should my system be mounting NFS filesystems at bootup? If not, how do I prevent this from happening please?

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    To analyse your freeze up, take a look through the logs for your X server to see if it reports anything. Post snippets to here if you need help.

    You have two options for stopping auto-mount of nfs filesystes, either turn the lot off by disabling the 'nfs' service in your runlevel tool ('system-config-services') or disable them individually by adding the option 'noauto' to the filesystem's entry in /etc/fstab.
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