[CentOS] How to change 'fstab' when you cannot boot the machine?

Fri Apr 12 00:22:21 UTC 2013
zGreenfelder <zgreenfelder at gmail.com>

or while it's in single user mode with the read only /; do a mount -o
remount / to get the filesystem into read write, edit your fstab file
and reboot.

On Thu, Apr 11, 2013 at 7:36 PM, Jason T. Slack-Moehrle
<slackmoehrle at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> So My Drobo finished formatting and I added an entry to fstab for it and
> now I cannot boot the machine. I get an error about
> fsck.ext3: is a directory while trying to open /drobo
> and then a mention of a valid super block
> I had mounted the Drobo as /drobo and in 'fstab' I copied the line for '/'
> changing to ext3 where it was ext4.
> I have made a mistake
> I cannot fix it because trying to edit fstab results in a "read only file
> system message"
> Can anyone help me learn how to recover?
> Jason
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