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Postby philo_neo » 2018-02-25 20:04

Hello,
I installed debian 8.8 on a computer quad cores amd64.
By starting my system that works well before, I have busybox message ....
I started on cdrom in rescue mode to be able to install grub and repair the hard disk.
my system is configured like this:
/ sda1 >> windows
/ sda2 >> extended
/ sda3 >> / boot
/ sda5 >> / usr
/ sda6 >> / home
/ sda7 >> /
/ sda8 >> swap

I tried the <fsck.ext4 -fy / dev / sda7> command but it does not want to repair.
I have errors on my disk after having forced a halt (button off press)
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Re: busybox

Postby bw123 » 2018-02-25 20:20

It would probably be better to post (in code tags) the output of fdisk -l for the disk, and the exact fsck command and output including error msgs.


I tried the <fsck.ext4 -fy / dev / sda7> command


why / the / spaces / in / pathname?
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Re: busybox

Postby philo_neo » 2018-02-25 20:33

i have to do fdisk -l :
i was tell a mistake

output
/sda1 ,>> ntfs
/sda2 >> linux boot
/sda3 >> extended
/sda5 >> linux /usr
/sda6 >> linux /var
/sda7 >> linux /
/sda8 >> swap
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Re: busybox

Postby philo_neo » 2018-02-25 21:40

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