@computersavvy and @guiltydoggy
Thanks really both for your help. Maybe a reminder of my first post in this thread:
lsblk -f and
/etc/fstab of my INITIAL system - which is created from a standard Fedora Silverblue install - without any customization (using Anaconda and automatic partitioning)
You can assess that /dev/sda3 is mounted to
/var/home and not
/home , so this is standard issue for Silverblue and I’ve check it with constancy, many new installs over.
Furthermore as requested by @guiltydoggy :
$ ls -la /home lrwxrwxrwx. 3 root root 8 10 août 2021 /home -> var/home $ ls -la /home/ total 0 drwxr-xr-x. 1 root root 24 10 août 2021 . drwxr-xr-x. 1 root root 262 14 mars 20:49 .. drwx------. 1 mahdiaqallal mahdiaqallal 354 9 avril 17:44 mahdiaqallal $
tail -6 /etc/fstab # UUID=75a22715-dae3-4865-855a-d825b988c892 / btrfs subvol=root,compress=zstd:1 0 0 UUID=caf6bd1f-c66b-4887-b5c7-f086c96ed899 /boot ext4 defaults 1 2 UUID=D48D-5DFE /boot/efi vfat umask=0077,shortname=winnt 0 2 UUID=75a22715-dae3-4865-855a-d825b988c892 /home btrfs subvol=home,compress=zstd:1 0 0 $
I’have already tried this both ways as specified in my earlier response:
In either case the drive containing the /home subvolume is mounted by the system and recognized as $HOME :
Please see my earlier response:
As you can see
UUID for 7e81da8e-7058-44af-8496-695540dd8694 on /dev/sdc (which is where I want /home to be) is indeed correctly pointed in /etc/fstab (see above the result of
tail -6 /etc/fstab)
So everything seems to be fine thanks to the steps and hints by you guys @guiltydoggy @computersavvy (and @siosm for his contribution in there ):
The two odd errors reported earlier make me wanting to be sure everything is indeed the way it should be.
- In command line : this odd comment
Beside this comment I can in command line access all folders and files as if there were no error.
- In GNOME user interface at reboot I get the correct Gnome Display Manager asking for logging in [with user mahdiaqallal] but then at Gnome main screen the Gnome Tour as if it what the first boot ever…
I really do not understand why…