On Thu, 14 Feb 2002 19:26:33 +0300
Oleg Drokin <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 14, 2002 at 05:24:21PM +0100, Sebastian Dröge wrote:
> > reiserfsck --check said I have to do --rebuild-tree because of critical corruption (many "bad_leaf: block xxxxx has wrong order of items")...
> these are 2.5.3 signs.
> > after that I booted into 2.4.17. Everything works okay.
> > Then I booted 2.5.5-pre1 and the mysterious files are there again after starting GNOME. I've copied one file to another location but when I reboot into 2.4.17 the files and the copy are gone again...
> But GNOME is working, right?
Yes GNOME works in 2.4.17... in 2.5.5-pre1 it works two but I have some problems...
> > If you need one or two file names or the content of them just ask (They begin with an "^")... then I'll handcopy them ;)
> I have a better approach.
> Just recreate them (by running GNOME in 2.5.5-pre1?) and then tar them up ;)
> Send the ersulting tar file to me.
Hey that would be to easy ;)
> > The format of the partition is 3.6 and another partition with 3.5 format had no errors... Maybe this helps
> So now problem only is that there are strange files after GNOME start, right?
> Do these files disa[[ear after you quit GNOME?
They don't disappear but I can't reproduce the behaviour anymore...
I've run reiserfsck --fix-fixable, it detects one error, fixes that and after reboot the files were gone in 2.4.17 AND 2.5.5-pre1
So the problem seems to be solved
Now I have another problem... If I start the gnome-terminal 9 of 10 times it hangs and bash doesn't start
I had this behaviour before the reiserfscks but I thought it has something to do with the files
2.4.17, again, runs without any problems
Maybe somebody can test if he can start gnome-terminal with 2.5.5-pre1
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