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AW: [SLUG] linux start up problem
- To: linleycaetan@xxxxxxxxxxxx, slug@xxxxxxxxxxx, mikem@xxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: AW: [SLUG] linux start up problem
- From: dimitri@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 09 May 2005 03:51:44 +0200
Acctually I found out that the FSTAB file is fine, but I was hit by a
hacker unfortunally, so I am going to reinstall the whole thing. And yes I
am staying with Red Hat...
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Datum: 09.05.2005 03:48
Von: Mike MacCana <mikem@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
An: linleycaetan@xxxxxxxxxxxx, slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
Betreff: Re: [SLUG] linux start up problem
> Linley Caetan wrote:
> >dimitri@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >>Hi guys,
> >>I am a newbe, veery bad at Linux, and I have a problem.
> >>My Linux server does not start up anymore. I have Red Hat 9 installed
> >>when I start it goes to the 4th line setting hostname, it OK's it on
> >>right, jumps to the next line and then stops for ever and ever.
> >Same problem for me.
> >Just get hold of Ubuntu live CD and boot into this.
> >and you should be able to see the drive
> He can already do that with Red Hat CD 1.
> >back up the data (/home/<username>)
> >Then your best bet is to reinstall.
> >I switched to Ubuntu because of continual problems like this.
> If you put a SMB share or NFS export in /etc/fstab in Ubuntu, and that
> share became unavailable, I'd be very surprised if you didn't have the
> same problem. This has nothing to do with distros.
> I'd also be surprised if Ubuntu had a method to confirm each survice and
> skip netfs.
> Not everything is about distros.
> /me returns to chewing on orphans while running Fedora.
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