Re: Unexpected filesystem inconsistency
On Sun, 27 Aug 2000 01:23:55 +0200
Moritz Schulte <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm unable to install Debian GNU/Hurd
> now. I did it some time ago,
> without these problems.
> Ok, I have a free partition (/dev/hda7
> in Linux), which size is
> reported by 'df' as 957MB. I formated
> it with 'mke2fs -o hurd
> /dev/hda7' -- the partition can be
> in linux without
> problems. cross-install runs fine,
> after booting the GNU/Hurd system,
> i run native-install, then i reboot.
> then, if i try to boot GNU/Hurd
> in multiuser the boot process fails,
> because fsck reports a
> 'Unexpected inconsistency' and wants
> to repair manually.
> if i do fsck on this partition, it
> reports every (?) file and dir as
> where could the problem be?
> how can i help fixing it?
1. Are you using mke2fs -o hurd?
2. May be linux fsck check hurd
(it can broke hurd ext2 extentions)
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