Am 07.03.2012 22:54, schrieb Ismail Doenmez:
Am Wed 07 Mar 2012 10:39:40 PM CET schrieb Wolfgang Rosenauer
Just tried again. My system is all ext4 and the
SLE11 kernel only
supports ext4 in read-only mode? Seriously? So nothing to check for it
Getting this nasty bug fixed is still my priority. What next step does
You need ext4-writable module to be able to write into ext4 partitions.
Ok, can someone please let me know what I need to do exactly to get that
Hygiea:/lib/modules/3.0.22-8-desktop # find . -name "*writable*"
Or any other kernel I should try. Seems that SLE11 kernel is not
compatible in any way with 12.1.
I almost do everything to get enough debug information to you guys so
that this issue can finally be fixed (again) but I'm not a kernel developer.
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