thanks for your time indeed.
--- David Wolfskill <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Reboot your system.
> During the 10-second "spinning propeller"
> count-down, press the space
> bar once. You should see the prompt
> At that point, type
> boot -s
> and press "Enter". This will enable you to boot
> into "single-user" mode.
> The machine should show the usual device probes, but
> instead of mounting
> filesystems and starting daemons, you will get a
> prompt like:
> Enter full pathname of shell or RETURN for /bin/sh:
> At that point, press "Enter". The prompt should
> This means that you are in single-user mode; you are
> running as root.
> At this point, I would (first) try
> fsck -p && reboot
> That is, do the "fsck" in "preen" mode; if that
> works OK, just reboot."
> If that does not automatically reboot, you have
> problems that "fsck -p"
> cannot fix easily. In that case, try
as expected, i need to run fsck
> and answer the questions as best you can. If you
> are (finally!) able
> to get through that OK, try
i got , after running fsck -p
THE FOLLOWING FILE SYSTEM HAD AN UNEXPECTED
so that i ran fsck and the following messages come
ad0s2g: hard error reading fsbn 98971950 of
21364912-21365023( ad0s2 nb 98971950; cn 6160 tn 183
sn 21) status=59 error=40;
CAN NOT READ: BLK 21364912
i had to hit y and a few messages simila to the above
popped up and before Phase 2 started, i got
FILE SYSTEM STILL DIRTY
PLEASE RERUN fsck MANULLY.
at this ponit i had to edit /etc/fstab and put /home
as read only in order to bring system up and running.
> and see how far you ge.
> David H. Wolfskill [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Based on what I have seen to date, the use of
> Microsoft products is not
> consistent with reliability. I recommend FreeBSD
> for reliable systems.
once again please cc to me
with best regards,
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