Obviously the new hard disk must be at least as big as the old one. Those partition are /home and /usr/local, which contains the important data and I would like to be sure that they are not accessible before modifying their superblock. YannUbuntu (yannubuntu) wrote on 2013-01-14: #27 A new case: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1526739 (Win8 + 12.10, UEFI with SecureBoot enabled) Phillip Susi (psusi) wrote on 2013-01-14: #28 That image seems to have the same zEn (der-eremit) wrote on 2014-04-21: #52 for me boot-repair could also continue following the dosfsck tipp from comment #40 alea (olivier-garet-p) wrote on 2014-11-01: #54 Suddenly, my Asus (dual boot Win/Linux http://maxspywareremover.com/warning-error/warning-error-reading-wallet-dat.php
Running dosfsck -r and saying yes a few times eventually repaired the problem. Please suggest it is urgent. For now, it works. Examining the failed stick, the /etc/fstab file refers to the hard disk's EFI partition (by UUID), not the one on the stick (which was empty). http://damnsmalllinux.org/static/act-Print/f-37/t-18738.html
of the ESP only ? I repaired it with boot-repair on a Ubuntu disk, together with the dosfsck tipp from comment #40. I don't know. the disk refence...) - Boot from EFI file... - Notebook Hard Drive - Internal CD/DVD ROM Drive When going to the "Boot from EFI file..." option, you get a screen, with
Now I am clueless about the problem. YannUbuntu (yannubuntu) wrote on 2012-12-28: #11 of the entire HDD(s) ? Fix? The fix to get rid of the corrupted directory (since rm won't work) applying Phillip's (comment #25) suggestion: $ sudo mount -tvfat /dev/sda2 /mnt/sda2 [email protected]:/mnt/sda7/etc$ ls !$ ls /mnt/sda2 EFI [email protected]:/mnt/sda7/etc$
trying to access that folder via filemanager, e.g. Thanks again for your help. YannUbuntu (yannubuntu) wrote on 2013-10-31: #51 @Eric: your log shows that you had a "Read-Only" error, so you were affected not by Bug #1090829 but more likely by Bug #1091477 . here but I strongly recommend backup instead of just superblocks.
Im off to work right now, will check back when i get home tonight. Follow him on Twitter. The util fdisk doesn't support GPT. For information, the user worked-around this issue by installing grub-efi in sda4 via Boot-Repair ( http://paste.ubuntu.com/1475251 ).
I can get one of those [email protected]:`$ bash things.I don't know much of anything about computers, so if someone could tell me what to do I will greatly appreciate your kindness.Thanks! https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1298179 But I did not notice anything usefull when Ubuntu was installing. I solved it with trials and error, and inspecting what was going on in the files, etc... Reply Link Caroline February 7, 2012, 5:29 amNo rsaoen why you can't run linux if your clients run windows… ;)Just saying there are a lot of good rsaoens to try it
Tried again to install to the 4G stick, this time with an efi partition on the stick, which failed with the "grub-install dummy" error. http://maxspywareremover.com/warning-error/warning-error-reading-transaction-log-file.php Join our community today! Reply Link midgard July 25, 2013, 5:57 pmAlso you can use mkfs command, for example for ext4 fs:mkfs.ext4 -n /dev/XX Reply Link uncle max December 28, 2009, 7:06 amHi, this looks can anybody else with the bug can also see the file?
Any suggestions greatly appreciated. GUI, if i go to 'smb://workgroup/' > 'machinename' i can see the two folders there but when i double click to enter them 'nautilus' tries to open the folders as if fstab...>ls fstabls: cannot access fstab: Input/output error>sudo fsck -yfsck from util-linux 2.20.1fsck: WARNING: couldn't open /etc/fstab: Input/output errorAny suggestions how to fix this without reapplying the image?(If you wonder, what happended: Check This Out This feature essentially turns the "shutdown" option in Windows into something more akin to a suspend-to-disk operation.
If it is Linux Related and doesn't seem to fit in any other forum then this is the place. If you can, just replace /etc/fstab by /etc/fstab.OLD. a ZIP of the content of the ESP ?
Hope this will help. Ken Vernick (ken-vernick) wrote on 2013-01-06: Re: [Bug 1090829] Re: grub-efi cannot install on damaged filesystem (Input/output error) #20 Windows doesn't work now, but Ubuntu does Sent from my iPhone On Share this tutorial on:TwitterFacebookGoogle+Download PDF version Found an error/typo on this page?About the author: Vivek Gite is a seasoned sysadmin and a trainer for the Linux/Unix & shell scripting. I have also dual boot fedora and I am able to boot the fedora and also am able to mount all the LVM partition of my CentOS.
As it is showing some data loss during fsck. And yes, after the ubuntu directory is corrupted, grub-efi will complain about it, along with virtually every other tool attempting to access it. I may have to CONSOLE you about your usage of ridiculously easy graphical interfaces...Look ma, no mouse. this contact form After getting super block issue fixed guess some fragmenting was conducted) I now continue to get the following message:Inconsistency detected by ld.so: dynamic-link.h: 187: elf_get_dynamic_info: Assertion `info->d_un.d_val == 7′ failed!So far
and the Input/Output error remains after the fsck. (Full log: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1469303/ ) Phillip Susi (psusi) wrote on 2012-12-27: #8 Could someone provide an image of the filesystem for analysis? i am pretty sure the file is corrupt, and i was trying to find something about it on google, and i found this, if it helps, but i still dont have The dosfsck reports such in the below terminal capture. Apparently, the second (or maybe third) install of Ubuntu corrupted the ubuntu directory in the Windows EFI directory,.
Reply Link Don October 11, 2010, 11:11 pmAwesome.Here is what I did that worked for me.$ dumpe2fs /dev/sda6 - got just the "Bad magic number in super-block while trying to openâ€¦" I had RAID1 setup which both drivers mechanically failed. As such, any filesystems that are mounted at the time of "shutdown" (perhaps including the ESP) will be left in an inconsistent state. Make sure file system is UNMOUNTED.If your system will give you a terminal type the following command, else boot Linux system from rescue disk (boot from 1st CD/DVD.
Tried to use Boot-repair. Reply Link JW0914 April 28, 2015, 4:18 pmif using mount command on BSD OSs (FreeBSD, FreeNAS, etc), you will always receive the error in the OP as it's not the proper Or maybe there's yet another place for me to disable it ; 0. Following is a warning message poping up on my terminal: ---WARNING: Your hard drive is failingDevice: /dev/sda [SAT], 370 Offline uncorrectable sectors---Kindly suggest what to do?RegardsJay Top avij Forum Moderator Posts:
Ubfan (ubfan1) wrote on 2013-07-30: #45 Boot Speed = Normal as the default on the Toshiba S55 5378. Various Web pages describe how to do this; for instance: http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/6320-fast-startup-turn-off-windows-8-a.html Ideally, the Ubuntu installer should attempt to detect this condition and refuse to install until the feature is disabled in Pass 1: Checking inodes, blocks, and sizes Pass 2: Checking directory structure Pass 3: Checking directory connectivity Pass 4: Checking reference counts Pass 5: Checking group summary information Free blocks count In all the previous logs, we can see that: - an /efi/ubuntu is created - but there is no grubx64.efi file in it.
YannUbuntu (yannubuntu) wrote on 2013-01-14: #26 @Phillip: here is the ESP (sda1) of case #24: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/73524632/esp.tar.bz2 The user tried several times chkdsk C: /R and chkdsk C: /F , without getting Reply Link vikrant November 2, 2014, 3:56 pmHi every one i don't know this is right forum or not but when i read about fsck and repair options i think any I used smart boot manager back when windows was on it, but now grub has replaced it. Phillip Susi (psusi) wrote on 2012-12-28: #12 The ESP only.
If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. Is it safe trying to run fsck on an eventually clean pertition? Reply Link wcdolphin January 12, 2012, 7:12 amHelped me when restoring from a bad superblock, kudos and hopefully a quick upvote on Google's search rankings! Phillip Susi (psusi) wrote on 2013-01-02: Re: grub-efi cannot install on damaged filesystem (Input/output error) #16 As a workaround, I suggest simply reformatting the ESP.