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I have a problem with my machine that won't boot properly.
The story is that I installed a software called apcupsd, which is a control application for my APC battery UPS. I have used version 3.14.10 earlier, but as part of restoring my previously crashed os harddrive I wanted to... (18 Replies)
Discussion started by: Zorken
I have got this message:
When I contacted support, they said this is logical filesystem error and it has to do with the filesystem. How can I find out ? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: filosophizer
I am trying to get below information from linux machine, could you please assist me to get this information using a command(s) or small script:
i am aware of fdisk -l command but the information provided by... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: omkar.jadhav
I am running into a some problems creating a dual boot system of 2 solaris instances using ZFS file system and I was wondering if someone can help me out.
First some back ground. I have been asked to change the file system of our server from UFS to ZFS. Currently we are using Solaris... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: estammis
I am trying to install Solaris x86 using the Jumpstart server. I run the add_install_client command with appropriate options, and reboot my x86 Target box. The installation starts fine and unattended. After the installation completes and the target goes for a re-boot, it does not boot from the HDD... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: hemalsid
I've bought a second-hand RS/6000 hardware with freshly installed AIX 5.3 on disk2 and freshly installed AIX 6 on disk1. I'm in possession of the original 5.3 install cds but the AIX 6 installation is just on the disk, I've no install media.
So first after getting the system, I... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: selzeda
When I installed the SOLARIS 10 OS first time, the desktop would not start up, this was because of network setup. Reinstalled worked. After a week due to some problem I had to reinstall OS, installation went fine and but when i reboot I get this error.
cannot find mis/krtld
boot error loading... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: johncy_j
I am writing a Floppy Disk Driver and need to find out what the "Sectors per track", "Tracks per cylinder", and the "number of cylinders" on a disk. I have a book that tells me that this info is held in the boot sector of the disk in locations such as:
0x18 0x19 Sectors per track
But... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: compdaugh
9. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
Both LILO and GRUB are complaining about not being able to write to the boot sector. Is this definitely a problem with the drive or is there another possible problem? I've checked the BIOS and I don't think the problem is there....it's probably the drive.
Just another Linux user (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: HumanBeanDip