Hi, I recently started having some problems with my Slice.
Sometimes the Slice will unmount the HDD by itself, so when I come to play something, the files on the HDD are inaccessible. The HDD can also not be accessed over the network.
When this happened (With the Slice as it came out of the box) I used to restart it, and this would fix the problem. However, a few weeks ago I was foolish enough to update my Slice to Kodi 15.2 Isengard Stable. Now the problem with the unmounting HDD still happens every now and then, but restarting the Slice causes a total crash.
Every time I restart my Slice, I get the following message at the splash screen:
_Error in mount_storage: mount_common: Could not mount LABEL=SETTINGS _
Starting debugging shell… type exit to quit ###
sh: can’t access tty: job control turned off
Now, I know that this can be fixed by starting the recovery console, switching to advanced mode, back to basic, and reinstalling, and I have done this quite a few times over the last few weeks. However, this happens absolutely every time I reboot the Slice. With a couple of terabytes to scrape every time I loose all my settings, it is beginning to be a tedious process.
Does anybody have any tips as to why this happens, and if anything can be done to fix this? Since the Slice sometimes freezes or unmounts the HDD by itself, it must be possible to restart it without having to reinstall every time.
Oh, and it doesn’t matter how I restart it, menu setting, pull the power, ssh with shutdown command, ssh with poweroff, ssh with restart, it always causes the Slice to not boot up again.
Thanks for any and all help.