[lug] e2fsck emergency: fixed (sort of)

D. Stimits stimits at idcomm.com
Tue Sep 5 13:51:51 MDT 2000

"Michael J. Pedersen" wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 02:58:12AM -0600, D. Stimits wrote:
> > eventually able (with some complaints via fdisk) to mount the bad drive,
> > and from the error messages I'd seen before, manually delete some of the
> > directories involved (they were lost of course). Following this I was
> > able to get fdisk to run on its own again. Afterwords, it seems that X
> > is behaving flakey, and has since locked up. Linuxconf initially gave
> > some odd messages as well. The lost directories have much of the info
> > backed up on a separate web server, so that won't be such a big deal.
> Ouch, it sounds like you might have already reformatted the drive, which is a
> shame.  As the next poster said, you can recover from a bad superblock fairly
> easily using the -b command line option.
> > In any case, if anyone has any interesting C++ jobs on linux, I might be
> > interested. Regular employment, or contract if it is large enough to
> > last a while. My prior work mostly involves C++ web frontends for SQL (I
> > still do some consulting for my last employer). I'm interested in
> > something interesting...if it is on linux, I probably will find it far
> > better than the same thing on NT.
> I'll be calling later today. No promises (none whatsoever), so if you get
> something, take it. However, my employer (a consulting firm) may have
> something. I'll give them a call and find out. In the meantime, would you
> email me a copy of your resume (ideally, in html or pdf format)?

I'm updating my resume now. I'll have to do some conversions, but it
might be interesting to use html. I'll send a copy soon.

Dan Stimits, stimits at idcomm.com

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