Looking to hire a linux professional to fix a problem on my server
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I see your thread has 37 views and no reply as yet. Perhaps because the title is a little confusing. Are you looking for advice/recommendations on choosing a Linux professional or suggestions on how to fix the problem yourself.
Maybe ask a mod to close the thread and then re-post it in the forum for hardware/your distro/networking etc depending on what kind of solution you are seeking.
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sjrowe - this site does not currently support job postings, and your post appears to be such a solicitation. I therefore need to request that this thread be closed. Please contact the Site Admin if you have questions regarding this policy. Thanks -- J.W.
ok well Ive had that error twice next go around that it happens Im gonna try a low level format but I would like to know how to prevent it and or fix it tho.. that error happend to me when I installed unreal GOTY and was running starcraft in cedega (ran in wine and gave errors also but didnt do that) is there a way to fix that or prevent the inode errors?(and yes I had to restart the computer as nothing would respond)