Re: my $HOME went to /home/lost+found/ Why???
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>>>>> "Theodore" == Theodore Knab <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Theodore> Other Harddrive management programs: I recently started using
Theodore> /sbin/hdparm -y -S 1 /dev/hda to save on power and limit
Theodore> harddrive spinning.
It may or may not have anything to do with what you experienced, but
hdparm messed up my hard drive (twice). It seemed to be fine for a
while, but a while later, strange things started happening, and an fsck
gave boatloads of errors. (After a clean shutdown.) I don't remember
exactly what parameters I was giving it, but I'm pretty sure they were
different from what you're giving it. But they were all supposed to be
Backup often if you want to play with hdparm.
Hubert Chan <email@example.com> - http://www.geocities.com/hubertchan/
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