Someone post this info before,
>I just had the same problem with ETCH, and what I did was this:
>booting live cd (knoppix)
>opened up a shell and issued the following commands:
>mount -t ext3 -o rw /dev/hda1 /mnt
>Now, for me the problem was that udev was not updated, and that might not be the case for someone >else, but I fixed it simply with:
>apt-get install udev
>rebooted the system, and everything is back to normal.
>I tried the suggested yiard thingie, but it didnt work (due to my stupidness of course hehe, >proc was not mounted), and I am happy I didnt succeed with that at the moment.
>Hope this helps someone
When i want to mount /dev/hda1 it gives error, because of LVM,
So I have to mount LVM to recover the error, I think.
Anyway, thanks for the link.