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Caution! This guide in combination with raspbian Jessie ruined my day!If the entries in /etc/fstab are wrong, Jessie will only boot into "emergency mode", in which you can't connect to it via ssh. With no USB keyboard and micro SD card reader at hand, i'm pretty much locked out of my pi right now :(.So i strongly suggest to double check the /etc/fstab entries before rebooting. The mounts specified in the files should in fact be executed once you save the file. Check if the mount can be executed with sudo mount -abefore rebooting!