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Old 05-26-2003, 11:45 AM   #1
blackx
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/etc/fstab error - RH9


I am running the following command
fsck -b <block> /dev/sda1
and
fsck -b <block> /dev/sda2
I get the following error when I hit enter:
WARNING: couldnt open /etc/fstab: no such file or directory.

I am booting off the RH9 cd1 and running recuse mode.
Any ideas why it wont let me fix the superblock.
 
Old 05-26-2003, 12:01 PM   #2
manthram
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when you go into rescue mode the partitions are not mounted. so it is not able to find the '/etc/fstab' file and so not able to map the partitions if that is the word i can use.

anyways i think you can login into single user mode and then do these things
 
  


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