Linux System Error Messages
Set the first sector to match the number of sectors per track. The best way to do so is to print the output of the dmesg command and keep it on hand for comparison with suspicious output. You must arrange to mount the root file system read/only to start with, check it if necessary, and then remount it read/write. The output looks like the following: $ errno 123 ENOMEDIUM 123 /* No medium found */ $ errno 111 ECONNREFUSED 111 /* Connection refused */ $ errno 122 EDQUOT 122 /* this contact form
If so, you may have some marginal SIMMS, or a faulty motherboard or hard disk or controller.Linux is a very good memory tester - much better than MS-DOS based The kernel may have cached some data and not written it to the media yet. Why, the logrotate command of course! Madore for this much needed port.