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Re: New shmfs and Debian

On Mon, Apr 03, 2000 at 03:18:52PM -0400, Dennis Behrens wrote:
> My potato systems seem to be quite happy now that /var/shm is mounted at all
> (both are running 2.3.51).  Once I found out about the change to the SysV
> IPC filesystem implementation and put /var/shm in my /etc/fstab.  And volia,

I added the entry as listed in the kernel docs too. But I cannot get a
kernel newer than 2.3.47 to start. e2fsck always bails out telling me it
cannot read the superblock. Could anyone please tell me if there are more
changes I have to make to my system (up-to-date potato).

It seems, however, that my /etc/fstab entry does not harm 2.2.14 much.

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