From: Karl F. Larsen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Hi Rob, the latest versions of Red Hat Linux 7.2 and 7.3 offer a
a new file system they call ext3 which is not as bad about a power down
PC crash. My linux comes right back up.
You seem to have the older ext2 file system which is sometimes
damaged by a PC power failure. I gather as your linux loads it gets to
mounting the file system and errors out. Usually it asks you if you want
to run software to rebuild the file system. When this happens tell it to
go ahead. This often works.
On Sat, 28 Sep 2002, Rob Matherly wrote:
> Well, I left the subject line off the first (second) time :^) Here it goes
> again so you know what in the world I'm talking about:
> Is there some way to repair your file system when your PC crashes, other than
> formatting the *&$^ drive and starting all over again?
> Rob, w0jrm
-- - Karl Larsen k5di Las Cruces,NM Az ScQRPions -
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