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Re: howto run badblocks using fedora rescue mode



Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:

> Neal Becker wrote:
>> Problem is, using fedora install disk in rescue mode mounts the
>> file system I want to check. I tried remounting them ro, but it
>> still would not allow
>> 
>> e2fsck -c -c
>> 
>> There are a number of fs mounted to my hard disk, such as /dev,
>> /dev/pts, /selinux, and more.
>> 
> Try unmounting hte file system first.
> 
> Mikkel

That's the problem.  /dev, /dev/pts, /selinux, and more are all mounted to the system I need to check.

I don't think fedora rescue mode used to act like this.  That's not very useful for fixing a broken system.


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