Re: HELP: Newbie with fsck problem
Jim Foltz wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 02, 1998 at 09:33:57AM -0700, Albert Hurd wrote:
> > A power outage just caused a file check failure. I was told to fix the
> > problem manually with fsck. When I run fsck or fsck -r -f, it replies
> > with the usual, "Parallelizing fsck version 1.10 (24-Apr-97)" and
> > immediately returns me to the (root) prompt without doing any repairs.
> > When I try to reboot I get the same problem (Unattached inode, I
> > believe; I am writing this using my Windows95 OS and forgot to write the
> > problem down).
> You need to umount the partition before running fsck on it. Use your rescue
> disk to boot into Linux and run
> e2fsck -rf /dev/your_linux_root
> And read the fsck man page and the e2fsck man page.
> > What do I do from here. Any help much appreciated.
> > Albert Hurd
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Thanks so much. Thaat did the trick!