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Re: How To Fix Duplication Block Error?



commence  yan bai quotation:

> Below are what I tried with 'fsck'
>
> (Repair Filesystem)1# fsck
> [...]
> (Repair Filesystem)2# fsck /root
> [...]
> (Repair Filesystem)3# fsck /root/.gnome/session
> [...]
> (Repair Filesystem)4# fsck -n /root/.gnome/session

You need to run fsck on the device node for your root file system,
"/", not on an actual directory or file in the filesystem itself.

Check /etc/fstab on your machine to find out what this node is by
looking at the second field to find "/": the device node is listed in
the first field.  For example, here is the relevant line from *my*
/etc/fstab:

/dev/hda2       /       ext3    defaults,errors=remount-ro	0      1

Here you can see that on my machine the device node for "/" is
/dev/hda2.  Therefore I would run fsck /dev/hda2.  Check your
/etc/fstab and run fsck in a similar fashion.

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