On Sunday 20 January 2008 09:02:14 pm Rakhesh Sasidharan wrote:
> >> I tried the obvious like mounting the USB disk in /etc/fstab and giving
> >> it a lower pass no. than the encrypted partitions. But turns out that
> >> doesn't work.
> >
> > The pass number in /etc/fstab only affects the fsck order.
> Thanks. I guess I'll have to write a script or something then ...
> Regards,
>                               - Rakhesh
>                                  http://rakhesh.net/

If you are using /etc/rc.d/geli or geli2 what about fiddling with it's REQUIRE 
so that it runs later.....like after all your filesystems are mounted?  This 
would seem to be an ok solution provided you aren't using geli on your OS 


Josh Paetzel

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