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Re: New installation CDs and qemu image

From: Riccardo Mottola
Subject: Re: New installation CDs and qemu image
Date: Wed, 05 Mar 2014 19:51:21 +0100
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Samuel Thibault wrote:
In the sentence you are talking about /home, and the file is talking
about /boot.
You spotted it! actually my screen grab was so blurry, I did it wrong twice.

It is /home indeed

/dev/hd0s1    /    ext2    defaults    0 1
/dev/hd0s2    /home    ext2    defaults    0 3
/dev/hd0s3    none    swap    sw    0 0
/dev/hd2    /media/cdrom0    iso9660    noauto    0 0

Where could be the error?

If I run fsck -n, I get that both filesystems are clean and just get a warning that "hd0s2" is already mounted.

I wonder thus if:
/dev/hd0s2 is mounted
e2fsck cannot continue aborting.
Automatic boot failed... help!

is about fsck being run on a mounted volume and that his happens during startup and thus calls abort.

if I type "mount", I get only hd0s1 reported as mounted. Where else is mount information stored, so that I can check it? it is iconsistent... should I force a filesystem check on the perhaps faked mounted volume?


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