Could not write bytes: broken pipe

Ralf Mardorf kde.lists at
Mon Dec 30 12:40:18 UTC 2013

On Sun, 2013-12-29 at 22:37 +0100, Dennis M wrote:
> Hello and thanks,
> 1. Now i booted with the Lubuntu cd:
> 2. grep EE /var/log/Xorg.0.log > grep.txt

grep EE /MOUNT_POINT/OF/INSTALLED/LUBUNTU/var/log/Xorg.0.log > grep.txt

> The terminal in Lubuntu start cd didn't react anymore after the code.
> 3. parted -l > I upload a picture: 

> 4. df -h > I upload a picture:

A backup should be possible, even without compressing the data by e.g.

But note, /dev/sda5, seemingly your Lubuntu, has got no free space and
can't work correctly anymore.

Next time please post in English ;).

Use LANG=C to temporarily disable your native language.

"$ LANG=C ls /nonexistent
ls: cannot access /nonexistent: No such file or directory
$ ls /nonexistent
ls: kan geen toegang krijgen tot /nonexistent: Bestand of map bestaat


I don't have time to help you within the next days, maybe you can use and do some homework yourself. I'm willing to
help you ASAP, likely in January, but try to figure out some things on
your own.

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