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Old 08-02-2007, 06:14 AM   #1
lfs-fan
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e2fsprogs-install failure :safe to continue ? LFS v 6.2


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is it ok to continue with installation of e2fsprogs[LFS v6.2] with these four failures?
hardware RAM is 256mb on 5GB of swap[laptop].a previous test produced a "no scratch memory allocation" error, so i decided to add swap space to make the check possible.


Results:78 tests succeeded 4 tests failed
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d_loaddump: debugfs load/dump test: failed

f_resize_inode: e2fsck with resize_inode: failed

r_move_itable: resize2fs with resize_inode: failed

r_move_itable: resize2fs with resize_inode: failed


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lfs-fan

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