From: Keith Brown <linux_at_no.spam.please>
Date: Wed Sep 24 2003 - 15:05:02 CST

> >
> > Yes, I tried this but I guess e2fsck isn't up to it yet. I'll try
> > tune2fs and see what I get.
> Try the generic fsck. The man page indicates you can specify something
> like LABEL=foo. I'd guess the generic fsck reads the lables (like the
> generic mount).

  Got it! We're back in business (x-ray crystallography if you're
interested). The partition that /home is mounted on was corrupted so 'fsck
/home' did the trick. Funny that 'e2fsck /home' doesn't work, though.

Keith Brown
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Proud to be 100% Microsoft-Free
Received on Wed Sep 24 15:05:02 2003

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