I can't seem to get linux to boot without my root hdba1 filesystem.
I've tried with my boot floppy, maybe I don't know my boot parameters
well enough. It brings it up everytime. Unfortuantly I don't have a
bootable CD-Rom in this computer... - Mike
> e2fsck -cvf
> Make sure to unmount the filesystem first. If it is the root file system,
> then boot off of an emergency boot floppy (or CD-ROM using the RESCUE
> Check out man e2fsck for all the options you might want to use.
> > Is there anyway to check for bad blocks without reinstalling RedHat?
> >> Seem to hard drive related. Reinstall Red Hat. Make sure to check
> >> for bad blocks during installation.
> >> Huy
> >> > Anyone?
> >> > > I just put RedHat 6.2 on an old P120mhz/16meg memory yesterday and
> >> > > taday I'm having trouble booting it. I can home today to a screen
> >> > > full of error messages on it (didn't write 'em down.... opps) and it
> >> > > was all locked up. On a reboot here's the error message when booting
> >> > > from the HD or from floppy:
> >> > > boot:
> >> > > Loading linux...........
> >> > > Uncompressing Linux...
> >> > > invalid compressed format (err=1)
> >> > > -- System halted
> >> > > Is there an easy fix for this, is it too little memory possibly?
> >> > > Thanks. - Mike