kinit: no resume image, doing normal boot "urgent please" using live CD and need my computer back.
david at dmcentral.net
Sat Jun 6 13:34:32 UTC 2009
On Saturday 06 June 2009 08:39:55 am stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net wrote:
> My system crashed while I was installing xine. I had installed the
> appropriate packages, and a window opened suggesting dependencies that were
> needed. I clicked on apply, and got a notice I did not have sufficient
> permissions. Since I was using kpackagekit, I thought I had already
> extablished sufficient permissions. That was when the computer crashed,
> and I had to shutdown using the off button.
> When I booted up, I got the "subject" as the last line of a konsole. It
> was also suggested I try:
> /dev/disk/by-uuid/cc9e070-52d6-41dj-81f4-9851083l436d) = dev(8,3)
> When I entered the command, I got the following:
> -bash unexpected syntax error near token ')'
> The next line read:
> steven at yeshua:~$ [ 172.060886] end_request: I/O error on device sdd,
> sector O
> This was followed by 12 lines endiing with ldm_validate_partition_table
> ():Disk read failed
> None of this makes any sense to me. Can anyone help me get my system back.
Steven this has happened to me, I have had to do a hard shutdown. Sometimes 2
times to get it to boot correctly. Try shutting the computer completely off and
waiting at least 1 minute before you power back on.
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