Partition becames read-only when login to userview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – DSpider wrote:How exactly (and why) did you change the default user dir? Can you confirm that you actually changed it?Run this and post the output:$HOMEIf those folders are empty (check with 'sudo ls -l ~/boot') , you can safely delete them. My advice is to use the UUID in fstab for sda4 as well, not just for sda2 and 3. (HowTos)

Kernel panic with kernel 3.4.3-1view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hello just upgraded to kernel 3.4.3-1.fc17.x86_64 and it went panic after 2 minutes. Now I get a kernel panic message when booting the machine: Code: Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs n unknown-block(0,0) Pid: 1, comm: swapper/0 Not tainted 3.4.3-1.fc17.x84_64 #1 and the call trace which I'm not reporting. Using old kernels gives me a filesystem error, requiring to ex (HowTos)

Trying to resolve ntlmv errros mounting CIFS network shares via fstabview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Kernel: 3.4.2-2WM: OpenboxAbout 6 months or so ago, which was after about a year on my current install with no issue, I began getting an ntlmv error when auto mounting samba shares at boot.  Everything still worked but I continued getting an error message.My fstab entry at that time looked like this://<LAN_IP>/<share name>/ /mnt/Serverbox cifs credential=/path/to/file,file_mode=07 (HowTos)

Kernel not booting with "alloc magic is broken"view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I see what you mean, I generated a new grub.cfg, and rebooted the system (vmlinuz26 must have been a symlink, because I checked my kernel version regularly and that was fine). I am guessing a forced fsck is the culprit and deleted some files this morning. Anyway, now I get all kinds of file not found errors. (HowTos)

How can I make fsck run non-interactively at boot time?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I have a headless Ubuntu 12.04 server in a datacenter 1500 miles away. Twice now on reboot the system decided it had to fsck. Unfortunately Ubuntu ran fsck in interactive mode, so I had to ask someone at my datacenter to go over, plug in a console, and press the Y key. (HowTos)

All files gone after running fsck. How can I recover my files?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I am a newbie in Linux. So this is my story I installed Ubuntu server 10.04lts. It worked great for many months, until today i decided to run fsck on the system partition and although it warned me, I kept pressing yes and now it will only boot into grub prompt. So i read some article and tried grub reinstall. (HowTos)

Question about fdisk and Linux system errorsview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hello! I installed Linux Fedora Core 8 (Werewolf), the server is a firewall, we know that Linux mostly by default checked every 30 mounts, if the system contains errors, etc, etc ... (HowTos)

Disk problem in my cPanelview story

http://forums.cpanel.net – My cPanel server started having disk errors by running a dmesg, the following message appears: hda: dma_intr: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error } hda: dma_intr: error=0x40 { UncorrectableError }, LBAsect=148926778, high=8, low=14709050, sector=148926778 ide: failed opcode was: unknown end_request: I/O error, dev hda, sector 148926778 Will my HD is the latest? (HowTos)

Recover a reiserfs hard diskview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm unable to mount my 300GB external (in external enclosure) HDD's single partition. None of the fsck tools add anything, they cannot even recognize the partition. I had forgotten whether I had used ext4 or reiserfs myself. The HDD seems ok. Testdisk saw a linux partition but didn't give any more details. Until ... (HowTos)

[ubuntu] "fun" with DVD and an HP laptopview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – OK. Brief: Where the fsck did my /dev/scd **** off to?!? Less Brief: I have an HP Pavilion dv9000; dvd-rw lightscribe drive used to work just fine. I swear it did. Like, I'm sure I've used it to burn discs. Although, it's gotten to where it hasn't worked in so long that I'm starting to doubt myself. (Hardware)