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There is an error in your fstab. The line UUID=2f00440c-d28c-41ba-8b8a-75e816dea4a6,nobootwait none swap sw 0 0 should be UUID=2f00440c-d28c-41ba-8b8a-75e816dea4a6 none swap sw 0 0 with a space after the disk ID. If you want to add the nobootwait option, it should go after the sw: ...
The solution is this line in /etc/fstab UUID=C906-C3E4 /mnt/C906-C3E4 vfat suid,dev,exec,auto,async,rw,user,uid=1000,gid=1000,comment=x-gvfs-show,comment=x-gvfs-name=CardReader 0 0
AFAIK you can't have multiple different block devices (as indicated by the different UUIDs) mounted to the same filesystem mountpoint /media (at least not without some kind of overlay filesystem). You would need to create separate mountpoints such as /media/disk1, /media/disk2 and so on, and then modify your fstab file to something like # /media was on ...
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