EXT2-fs error (device ide(3,5))...
Nguyen Thu Nga
nguyenthunga0310 at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 1 20:33:07 PST 2004
I have to stop the work because of going on business.
I'll be back soon and try to do this.
I'll tell you then, ok?
--- "Matthias B." <msbREMOVE-THIS at winterdrache.de>
> On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 19:48:00 -0700 (PDT) Nguyen Thu
> <nguyenthunga0310 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Thank you, Kevin
> > But I'm using with ext2. That's so problem, after
> > stopping I cannot umount the partition
> What do you mean by "after stopping"? What are you
> > logout of LFS partition). Then when I start PC,
> > again, it shows the same error:
> Do NOT mount the LFS partition again. Don't!
> You're making it worse every time you do that.
> Do the following:
> 1. Boot into your host system.
> 2. At this point your LFS partition is not mounted,
> If it is already mounted at this point, then your
> setup is different
> from what we expect it is and what the LFS book
> expects it is. If this is
> the case you will have to tell us.
> 3. e2fsck -p /dev/...
> Replace "/dev/..." with the proper device for your
> IMPORTANT: You should **NOT** see a warning about
> /dev/... being already
> mounted and e2fsck should ***NOT*** ask you any
> questions. If e2fsck does
> ask you a question, answer NO and tell us what the
> question is EXACTLY!
> Copy'n'paste it into the email. Do not tell us in
> your own words.
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