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Old 12-08-2004, 03:22 AM   #1
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"Bad Superblock or too many mounted devices"


what is this error :S
I suddenly got it after converting my NTFS drives to ReiserFS

but i can just mount them no problems when The kernel/Mandrake starts.

any ideas?
i wanna output my HDD information in a console but i dont know how.
hdb1 / root reiserF
hdb10 /home reiserFs
hdb5 swap
hdb11 /home/carl0ski/tv reiserFs
hdb9 /usr reiserFs


fail to automount ReiserFS during boot
hdb7 /home/carl0ski/storage/
hdb6 /home/carl0ski/music
hdb8 /home/carl0ski/downloads

any ideas?
 
  


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