Am 28.08.2017 um 08:43 schrieb Alessio Adamo:
Anyway, going back on topic... I banged my head
against the wall for
two days trying to boot from eSATA but the partitions wouldn't mount.
I thought there was something wrong with boot.scr configuration or
maybe with the rootfs. Finally, I decided to try Tumbleweed and it
worked like a charm.
Any ideas what could be wrong with Leap?
Leap is using a 4.4 based kernel, Tumbleweed 4.12. Lots of things may
have changed in between... It would help to know whether Leap 42.2
worked or not (also 4.4 based) to see if this is a regression. If not,
you could try to bisect, and if it's just a small bug fix you could open
a Bugzilla ticket to get it backported. Otherwise I'd suggest to stay
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