I used auto-mount option in Ubuntu 14.04 for mounting my all drives at startup.
All drives mounts automatically on startup except /dev/sda3. (Let me clarify that /dev/sda3 is ext4 file-system and labeled Ext4).
It gives error on startup and ask S for skip and M for manual mounting.I skipped and try to mount with disk (installed app from dash earlier disk-utility), it gives error:
But If I mount with command:
sudo mount /dev/sda3 /media/pandya/Ext4 at startup (By pressing M for manual mount) or after started up (from terminal), then it mounts properly.
Gparted also mounts that drive on
I also checked
/etc/fstab and entry for /dev/sda3, which is proper
/dev/sda3 /media/pandya/Ext4 auto nosuid,nodev,nofail,x-gvfs-show 0 0
I used same auto-mount options for all drive. Then why only one is not auto-mounting?