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Hello, today i get some aix errors (can't lock files and strange things) then i umount FS to do a fsck but i get these errors
root@omega / > fsck -p /dev/fslv06
The current volume is: /dev/fslv06
Unable to read primary superblock.
Unable to read either superblock.
I readed on this page... (9 Replies)
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Im new here, and may be my question is stupid, but...
Today I run PGP Desktop decript on my 2nd partition ( D:\ ) and when decript finish, I restart my PC.Now when I try to open D:\ its give me: D:\ is not accessable and I lose my files :(
So I load Linux live CD ( knoppix ) and try to... (1 Reply)
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How is it going
I want Shell Patch
The work of the following division of the disk
200 MB EXT3 /boot
20 Gb EXT3 /
10 GB Swap
End Of Space ( Linux LVM )
Found a similar script can be customized by you to be the work required
fdisk /dev/hda... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: x-zer0
First i installed suse linux with the following partition. my hd0 size is 75gb
hdc1 swap 1 gb
hdc2 native linux 39gb
For the rest of the 35 gb i did not create any partition. so i planned to install solaris 10x86 on that free space.
When i installed the solaris i... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: sayed_021
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I've created a partition with GNU Parted, how do I mount the partition?
The manual information at http://www.gnu.org/software/parted/manual/parted.html is good, but I am sure about how I mount the partition afterwards.
--Todd (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jtp51
that is my problem :
c0d0p1 is nt,
c0d0p2 is solaris
and other on extended partition is pcfs,
so how can i mount it somewhere?
because i dont know which one connect from raw to block dev.
any help would be great... :) (6 Replies)
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I have a problem on my sun station, that run solaris7.
To free temporarly a little space on /, I moved a few empty folders (mnt, net, awk, tftpboot) to the /home partition.
Unfortunately the system froze just after this...maybe I should not have move this files, I don't know, I am a... (3 Replies)
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I am trying to mount a FAT16 and FAT32 partition on an already installed Redhat system.
I have tried to edit the fstab and mtab, and to put in the data I got from fdisk, but it just says cannot find it.
The information given by fdisk on /dev/hda is:
Device Boot Start ... (4 Replies)
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