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January 6th, 2010, 07:33 PM
i tried this diagnostic thing, called pc-doctor that came preinstalled, and strangely enough, it passed all tests (both simple & extended).
i dunno, maybe its some bad sectors, cuz i...
January 5th, 2010, 08:28 PM
thanks for your help
here is what i got so far:
reiserfstune --no-journal-available /dev/sda4
reiserfstune: Filesystem looks not cleanly umounted, check the consistency first ...
January 5th, 2010, 07:46 PM
will try this and get back,
January 5th, 2010, 07:27 PM
it's not a file permission problem the partition is messsed up.
used a live cd, and no mounting, and as i said im now only concerned about recovering it.
the thing happened when...
January 5th, 2010, 06:34 PM
yeah, /var was in the same partition, and im starting to get afraid that /home was there too :S since i can't locate it in my backups, but it was like in seconds, the whole partition gets full, i...
January 5th, 2010, 03:56 PM
hi guys, happy new year, it's been a while...
i have a root reiserfs partition abt 13 GB, that seem to have been totally corrupted (unable to boot it anymore).
it began with a mysterious...
January 2nd, 2008, 07:20 PM
im not really what you think i am
there are lots of people here who are more tech savvy than i am ;-)
December 31st, 2007, 02:04 PM
i wish you all merry christmas and a happy new year
im sorry for not showing up for the last... uhm...
you can put the blame on me :-)
September 15th, 2007, 01:31 PM
the ettercap geeks didnt send me a reply yet :(
September 15th, 2007, 01:29 PM
August 14th, 2007, 08:40 AM
-- 99% of computer errors occur between the chair and the keyboard --
I recompiled the program in debug mode, reproduced the situation, and sent them the backtrace,
ettercap-NG-debug.log, pcap file. Hope it will help.
Meanwhile, if anyone has any suggestions, im...
the problem is still giving the same error, i updated a while ago my main box to slack11, and
the problem occured there also! if anyone can help me regarding this problem im very thankful.
a couple more:
"In the computer world there are two ways to solve
a problem; the wrong way, and the UNIX way."
Linus: I guess it's wrong always to be worrying about tomorrow. Maybe
if you want to do that from the command-line there is a program called cdrecord, just pop up the man page and look at that, i think that's not reason enough to leave slackware if you like it.
"I'm on a seafood diet -- I see food and I eat it."
-a nice one for geeks in their signature-
Reality? Is that where the pizza delivery guy comes from?
And the next time you...
hahahhaa, how funny comment :D (speaking scientific)
i second this, i also appreciate your effort
Posting it on 1 may 2007 doesn't mean it was the *same day* i had an idea about the matter. ;) it was just the time or mood to post something since a while.
when it comes to linux, you windoze...
I used to use cypherix which is a nice program, althought if you want to get to the heavy duty capabilities you have to pay for it..
now i use GPG, CAST5 for local encryption, and DSA public...
it will reject it (i mean C), but the point of this attack is that C is probably having his interface in promiscouos mode, so it sniffs traffic not intended for it.
if you dont read the *pages* that is.
i said IMO that the two events are not too far from each other in relation.
if you are too offended by the title, little friend ;) i did not mean to...
so every one said his point of view,
sure no one can spoonfeed you what you should think, and opinion is just personal freedom.
nice to see that this thread has popped up a couple of opinions.
c'mon, both theories (which are anyways not "too" far from together) bring up dozens of interesting facts, which cannot be ignored.
well steel is not the only material used in it, (which could...
A site about 11 september (my birthday :D ) 2001, says things about that WTC had rigged explosives, which was the real cause of their collapse.
April 25th, 2007, 09:43 AM
I use linux and only linux, :cool:
my box is dual-booted two distros of linux, suse & slack
laptop triple-booted suse, slack & backtrack, it has a windows xp home partition that came with it...