jstarkey at ajstarkey.com
Fri Aug 11 19:23:25 MDT 2000
Hey... Hugh.... so uhhh... member last night when I expressed my concern
about making my box... well.... unbootable????
It's kinda like this... I uhhhh.... well... I started mv'ing everyting to
a /*.bak file because well.... I was gonna recompile a kernel... well....
I kinda moved the /lib file and now I got a kernel panis.. No init
found... think maybe you (or someone else) might have a suggestion before
I have to start switching hd's around to reinstall and try to get fsck???
Oh, and no comment Wayde :}
On Fri, 11 Aug 2000, Hugh Brown wrote:
> dumpdates is usually written to when you use the dump utility to back
> things up. I believe it's function is to give you dates when the last
> dump was run and at which backup level (i.e. it facilitates incremental
> John Starkey wrote:
> > This MAY be self explanatory. But I just found a file called dumpdates
> > owned by disk.
> > Is this some sort of backup config??
> > And I just found my long lost /etc backup.... it was in the /etc dir....
> > hmmm.... ok
> > John
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