Over the last year and a half I have been posting off and on about the joys
of having multiple USB drives. It appear Fedora 9 has solved that problem,
rather all those problems. Here is the /etc/fstab as I found it after
upgrading from 8 to 9.

UUID=a1f211c3-9b64-4200-9f60-0b920d8f0ddd / ext3
defaults 1 1
UUID=8dd23455-e351-4b8a-a923-4b8713b219dc /boot ext3
defaults 1 2
tmpfs /dev/shm tmpfs defaults 0 0
devpts /dev/pts devpts gid=5,mode=620 0 0
sysfs /sys sysfs defaults 0 0
proc /proc proc defaults 0 0
UUID=2055b72e-55e0-4183-97e1-1eac173bc78c /media/320 ext3
defaults 1 2
UUID=1f023b18-897e-4505-a24a-4372a0dcbeff /media/4320 ext3
defaults 1 2
UUID=a3d54047-c2bd-4813-98b1-9a63a75a0e24 /media/5320 ext3
defaults 1 2
UUID=f176f3dc-b362-4cc3-9055-0e71dd06de8c /media/6160 ext3
defaults 1 2
UUID=03077c2e-f2b7-4a0c-a44c-ad07ed534456 swap swap
defaults 0 0

It grabs the UUID and mounts them on the right partition.

I have no idea what it will do on a new installation.

However now that I have seen this happen this is also the first time I have
upgraded with the USBs connected to the computer so maybe this would have
happened with an older version.

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