unplanned reboot failed

Benjamin Sobotta mayday at gmx.net
Tue Jan 11 08:42:07 PST 2005


Hmm seems to me like your filesystem got damaged. No need to make boot
floppies. What I would do is use a live CD and boot and then from there
run fsck to repair.



On Tue, 2005-01-11 at 09:18 -0500, Marty Landman wrote:
> Four days ago I moved some stuff around on my /root dir; yesterday my box 
> rebooted itself... probably because of a power blink since other boxes did 
> the same.
> Now it won't reboot; the kernel starts, a msg display very quickly then I 
> get a box showing
> ------------- Message --------------
> Loading module aac.ko failed
> Adaptec AAC RAID
> ------------------------(100%)---------
> When I <cr> past this box get a box saying
> ------------------------------------ Message --------------------------------
> Couldn't create directory /tmp/.doc: Read-only file system
> ----------------------------------------------------------------(100%)---------
> What can I do from this point? Before this problem became apparent I 
> noticed that sendmail appeared to be gone from my system. I've apparently 
> messed up some critical paths, and wonder if it might be better to just 
> rebuild this sandbox from the mini-iso... just need to recreate the 
> bootable floppies in that case, right?
> Marty
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