Jeanine, Sorry for the delayed response. I've been away and buys at work, too...

Jeanine, Sorry for the delayed response. I've been away and buys at work, too.

Being dumped into the shell is a good thing. From there you should be able to execute the command "mount". This will at least tell us what did get mounted. I would also like you to enter the command "cat /etc/fstab" to see what it's trying to mount, "swapon -s" will show us what is being used for swap space, if anything, and finally, "ls /dev/disk/by-uuid/" should show us a list of the disks known to the kernel by the UUID listings. That should help us figure out what's going on.

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