On Wed, 13 Dec 2017 13:53:33 +0100 (CET)
"Carlos E. R." <robin.listas(a)telefonica.net> wrote:
I see udev trying, then kernel failing. :-?
Did you try login in a different desktop? Perhaps
close the graphical
session, and try in text mode?
Enter a line in fstab for the floppy, no-auto?
unfortunately that did not work.
is there a possibility to create an udev rule, making udev not to try
I looked through this thread and I miss any prove that it is udev that
continuously tries to access disk. There is log of single access attempt
that could be interpreted as if access was caused by udev which is more
or less normal - udev attempts to query SCSI device initially.
Please upload full log after boot (journalctl -b) that shows *multiple*
attempts to access drive, so that at least timing between them is known.
I have my theory but I'd rather wait for facts.