The disk on my Fedora 12 box was starting to fail, so I bought a new disk and installed Fedora 15. I kept the old disk connected, which still sort of works, hoping to copy over some important files.
In Fedora 15, the "Disk Utility" application lets me mount the /boot partition, but not the other volume on the old disk. "Disk Utility" shows the existence of that volume, but doesn't offer a way to mount it.
Here's what it says in the old /etc/fstab for the old root and /boot:
/dev/mapper/vg_flotsam-lv_root / ext4 defaults 1 1 UUID=f88eefec-a42f-4797-b704-bb1a426b8874 /boot ext4 defaults 1 2
How can I mount the old volume?