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I'm answering my own question here, as I managed to fix it after a while. First thing I did was download the 'Recommended download (Floppy, CD & USB in one)' of Super Grub2 Disk from http://www.supergrubdisk.org/. This is a *.iso file, when it is finished downloading, rename it to an *.img. Next, plug an empty usb drive in your pc, download & ...


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The behaviour is as designed. As you've added a network share to your fstab, networking needs to be up before it can be mounted. You've created a bridge (vmbr1), which can needs time to set up if STP is enabled, usually 30-40 seconds. Disabling STP might work, but might be a bad idea considering your setup. Another solutions would be mounting the share ...


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mount seems like an incorrect value for the first field in your fstab and looks like you simply copied a mount commandline. (man 5 fstab) ... The first field in /etc/fstab, (fs_spec), describes the block special device or remote filesystem to be mounted. For ordinary mounts it will hold (a link to) a block special device node (as created by ...


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Reboot computer, press F2 to came BIOS. Find "Boot Options" Enable USB Boot Save. Reboot, press F12 key. Choose USB Drive



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