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Re: Trouble installing Hurd

Marcus Brinkmann <Marcus.Brinkmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de> writes:

> On Sun, Sep 26, 1999 at 01:53:51PM +0100, Chris Lingard wrote:
> > file system not unmounted cleanly Please fsck
> > mount read-only must use fsysopt --writable
> Yeah, we all see this. Needs to be fixed, but nobody has debugged it yet.
> Just boot to multi user and it will automagically try to fsck the disk. Or
> fsck from Linux, or udner Hurd even.

Sadly, I get this every time.  I.e. I boot multi-user, it tells me
it's fscking, then I type "reboot" and it tells me it needs to fsck
_again_.  I can't do a formal bug report right now, the Hurd machine
is at home.  But if you're interested I can do a few more tests.

Also, I get "unknown device or filesystem" when trying to fsck
partitions other than /.  I thought maybe I need to use "-o hurd" in
order to make this work, but it appears that didn't help, either.
Hm.  Again, no formal bug report right now, just a (somewhat vague)
memory.  If you wish, I'll try to investigate.  And I'll create a new
filesystem under Linux with and without "-o hurd" and under Hurd, if
you want.

I like BOTH kinds of music.

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