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RE: [SLE] Grub suddenly crashed...
  • From: "Lonn" <lonn@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2005 07:05:12 -0500
  • Message-id: <MDBBLOENMGHBNMHGFMLACEDJCNAA.lonn@xxxxxxxxx>

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sergey Mkrtchyan [mailto:crusoe@xxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Friday, December 02, 2005 05:54
> To: lonn@xxxxxxxxx
> Subject: > RE: [SLE] Grub suddenly crashed...

> Dear Lonn,
> So as i understood I should open a new thread with the detailed
> explanation of what happened?
> And more more "technical question" should I "reply" or "reply
> all" the questions I receive from others and what's the difference?
> By the way...I looked again at home, when I try to mount "mount
> /dev/hda6" without any "somefolder" it says something like
> "mount: can't find /dev/hda6 in the /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab". I
> looked in that files with "joe" there were something like
> /dev/root but nothing about partitions.I tried to add something
> like "/dev/hda6" and when tried to mount it said something like
> "corrupted etc/fstab"
> Thank you for helping me!

I haven't been any help, and I don't completely understand your problem, so
I cannot help.

The list owner would prefer that a new thread not be opened unless there is
a new and different problem to resolve. There is more information in the
"Welcome' message you received when you joined the list.

I don't know your technical expertise, but it seems you may need to
understand more about the elements of disk preparation and the Linux file
system hierarchy -- and how to investigate that structure in a rescue mode.
You must thoroughly understand the ramifications of any changes you may
desire to make, else you may destroy your data and OS.

Reply to private communication with concern regarding any privacy issues;
however, the list owner would prefer that we always CC the list -- so the
messaging and problem resolution will appear on the list and in the
archives. If you've learned more about your problem that information could
be helpful to those willing to assist.



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