#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 11:46 and 11:58

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[baton]all folders cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/weekly-builds/i386/ are clean
undesktopcreature: where the quotes are important, else bash will itnerpret them as pipes
abrotman[baton]: they might be preparing for RC2 .. try a daily
Harzileinbut you can save a char with \ ;P
[baton]abrotman, ok
abrotmanhttp://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/daily-builds/daily/20070220-1/i386/iso-cd/
BACbKAi need help troubleshooting a local udev rule. i'm mapping a non-partitioned usb-storage device. Right now it's recognized as /dev/sdb and I used udevinfo -a -p /block/sdb to find that it has KERNEL=="sdb" and ATTR{removable}=="1", whereas the parent has SUBSYSTEMS=="scsi", DRIVERS=="sd", and ATTRS{vendor}=="iRex ". I tried to add these to a line in /etc/udev/rules.d/10-local.rules, but it doesn't seem to work:
jetscreameredit the existing
BACbKASUBSYSTEM=="block", ATTR{removable}=="1", SUBSYSTEMS=="scsi", DRIVERS=="sd", ATTRS{vendor}=="iRex *", SYMLINK+="iliad", GROUP="iliad" is what I added. I know the file in general does work as the previous line KERNEL=="ttyS0", SYMLINK+="pilot" does create a symlink /dev/pilot -> /dev/ttyS0 for my palmpilot
jetscreamer/etc/udev/udev.rules
or is that bad form
BACbKAif you have the rules.d it is
jetscreamerudev is a mystery to me
i edited that once though and it worked
BACbKAjetscreamer i thought it is pretty straightforward given the excellent udevinfo tool. However right now I am kinda stuck which is why I am asking for help
jetscreameri just kinda put up with udev, i had a very bad experience with it when it first his sid/etch
s/his/hit/
BACbKAjetscreamer, yeah, it was really bad back then, broke a lot of things
jetscreamer, but this is what the testing is about
actionjetscreamer notes that he's said everything he knows about udev
jetscreamernotes that he's said everything he knows about udev
earthianhello, how do i search and recover and fix a partition's superblock. OR how do i create one?
DocPlatypusis it normal for my drive to go into a wedged state if it does not support burning video CDs?
undesktopcreating a superblock would mean to reformat a partition
DocPlatypusbetter yet...
jetscreamerno i believe there is a method to rebuild them, but i know nothing about it
there are also backup superblocks
BACbKAearthian: if you have an error during mount about missing superblock it most likely means you're mounting a wrong device or using the wrong partition type
DocPlatypussr0: scsi3-mmc drive: 32x/32x writer cd/rw xa/form2 cdda tray <-- xa/form2 means it's capable of burning a video CD right?
jetscreamerbut that's about all i know on that also
earthianBACbKA, i am trying to mount my entire /home partition :/
which i am sure i have and it is ext
BACbKAearthian go check whether your fstab got garble
earthianwhich i am sure i have and it is ext3
BACbKAearthian you do have backup don't you
earthian anything possible to recover from the backup superblocks will be recovered during fsck
earthian ext[23] normally stores the superblock in multiple places
abrotmanearthian: gpart
earthianBACbKA, fsck does not continue
and i dont know what to do
abrotmanthough Ryushin never said how his turned out

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