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Re: Redhat Roswell



i use the latest Kernel 2.4.8 with the latest ext3 Patch .... not right ?
mount 2.11g is the same in Roswell as Rawhide
ef2progs and util-linux are the latest too

the Problem was not the Kernel upgrading i think.... maybee that
i installed the latest util-linux and e2fsprogs without any additional
Options ?
Or i have to give mount the right syntax while booting but i dont know where
;-)

Frank

> Try using the latest kernel (2.4.7-0.8), util-linux (2.11f-8), and
> e2fsprogs (1.22-3) from rawhide.  Red Hat may have patched util-linux or
> e2fsprogs with specific patches and/or compiled with customized options
> to make it work.
>
> Alternately, if you manually installed util-linux, you may need to get
> the mount (2.11g) RPM from rawhide, as Red Hat splits it out from
> util-linux, and adds several patches, including one that appears to add
> the -O option.
>
> Thanks.
> Peter
>
> On 15 Aug 2001 01:45:49 +0200, Frank wrote:
> > Hi all
> >
> > i installed Redhat beta Roswell, then i updated to Kernel 2.4.8
> > patched him and installed the newest util-linux + e2fprogs without any
> > custoumized Options. Bootloader is Grub. Now when i boot he says
mount -O or -0
> > is an invalid Option. tune2fs -j /dev/hdXX says "The filesystem already
has a journal"
> > lsmod says that no jbd or ext3 Modules is loadet but i have pachted the
Kernel with ext3
> > as Module. Depmod -a is done. It seems its mounted as Ext2. Modprobe
after booting says
> >
> > ext3                   51408   0  (unused)
> > jbd                    40032   0  [ext3]
> >
> > My fstab looks like
> >
> > LABEL=/                 /                       ext3    defaults
1 1
> >
> > Where and what for mount Options i need replacing
> >
> >
> > thx for any suggestions
> > Frank
>
>
>
>
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