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So recently I've been having a strange issue where Ubuntu kicks back an error stating there was an "Error mounting "0" " and to press S to skip.

This is what my fstab looks like. Can anyone tell me exactly which lines/entries should be erased without doing any harm so it no longer attempts to mount "0"? enter image description here

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The first line under the "proc" mount, where you are mounting /host has something wrong with it. If you notice, the portion that reads defaults,nls=utf8,umask=0222,nosuid,nodev is repeated on the next line. I can't tell from the screen grab if that is truly a separate line or not, but it probably shouldn't be there twice either way.

It should read: /dev/sda2 /host ntfs defaults,nls=utf8,umask=0222,nosuid,nodev 0 0

I use tabs for the whitespace, but any whitespace will do.

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