When I boot the system, I have to wait for 1 minute 30 seconds every time. A start job is running which is mouning a FAT32 partition to a folder in my home folder. The start job times out and I’m in emergency mode. I press enter and boot process resumes normally. When I log in, the FAT32 partition is properly mounted, which is strange because then, why wait for the timeout?
This is the fstab line:
UUID=6358-CC70 /home/ask/EigeneDaten vfat umask=0000,user,rw,utf8 0 0
I read a lot about these types of start job partition timeout issues. Apparently, most of the time the UUID changed and this causes the problem. This is not the case here. I triple checked the UUID. I even updated the partition’s UUID and updated it in fstab. So what else can the the cause of the timeout?