#gentoo - Fri 13 Apr 2007 between 11:59 and 15:01

NY Lost Funds



Fieldychithead: hehe. conversion seems to be working. good thinking. though it's a huge image, it's amusing, it's taking 3GB ram/swap to convert it and rising. fun times
rullieFieldy: did u get ur nfs up?
JinxedLizhello i've emerged aircrack-ng but the only command that runs is aircrack-ng, aireplay and airodump don't run only have man pages
anybody knows what is wrong ?
Fieldyrullie: yeah it's fine
chithead: bleh got an error and it didn't have to do with running out of ram/swap ...
NewCastleScottI do have it as ext3
chitheadglitt: usb drive?
NewCastleScottso what is the red all about?
FalconKirtaranglitt, in lspci, do you get anything indicative of an ethernet card at all?
glittno nothing
cruxeternusNewCastleScott: What tool are you using to analyze the disk?
glitt:(
FalconKirtaranI'd actually be tempted to say that there's a hardware issue, actually.
the card probably isn't getting power.
are you trying to run any usb devices?
glittbut when i installed it in first place everything worked as a charm
NewCastleScottcruxeternus one in the gnome gui called disk usage analyser
cruxeternus is there a better one?
cruxeternusNewCastleScott: So the tool is telling you that 100% of the disk is used? That's a different problem than defragmentation.
NewCastleScottthere is at least 50 g left though
FalconKirtaranglitt, do any of your PCI cards work at all?
cruxeternusNewCastleScott: Defragmentation deals with re-organizing data on the disk to move parts from the same file closer together.
glittusb is also down :(
FalconKirtaranglitt, it sounds like your motherboard is dying a painful death.
(a slow and painful death)
glitt:(
chitheadglitt: if you boot from a live cd, is it the same?
FalconKirtaranyou might want to try booting something else
cruxeternusNewCastleScott: It's possible that you've used all the available inodes. This happens when you have a large block size in ext3, and lots and lots of tiny files.
FalconKirtaranyeah, like a livecd >.> <.<
glittno no, with livecd i get nic up, but not sound card
FalconKirtarantry booting it now.
chitheadglitt: can you copy the live cd's kernel to your hard drive?
NewCastleScottcruxeternus so is there anything I can do to improve it?It works so maby I shuld just be happy with it.I just dont understand what the test is saying
glittcan you walk me through? another noob here :(
phoenixxchithead: not only is that a bad idea, but IIRC, lspci does not require proper kernel support to show the device's existence
NewCastleScottcruxeternus its a WD "320" refourmated to ext3 and now is like 300g
cruxeternusNewCastleScott: Well, you could also test it. Try unarchiving a linux-kernel into a temp directory on it and see if it succeeds.
NewCastleScott: If it does, then the Gnome tool is not working properly on your disk.

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