Mike Kenzie wrote:
Well I just copied everything from the old root to a new partition,
modified fstab and menu.lst for grub and I'm getting the same errors.
On Saturday 02 April 2005 21:26, Patrick Smith wrote:
When I ran the reiserfsck from rescue and knoppix it was unmounted
> Partition /dev/hda5 is mounted with write permissions, cannot check it
> fsck.reiserfs /dev/hda5 failed (status 0x10) run manualy
I think reiserfsck simply refuses to run on a partition that is mounted
read-write. You should run it with the partition not mounted at all, if
possible, or mounted read-only otherwise.
If this is your root partition, you want things to happen in this order:
- mount it read-only
- remount it read-write
Check your startup script(s) and boot options.
boot.device-mapper looks OK
/boot/menu.lst wasn't changed the new kernel is linked to vmlinuz
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