After a nasty crash, my system keeps crashing during boot. After a little bit of investigation I have discovered that it crashes executing the following function (in /lib/inin/mount_functions): ...
Do ext(4?) filesystems intrinsically store newer data in a fashion that is more prone to corruption?
I recently had a corrupted ext4 filesystem throwing these errors: kubuntu@kubuntu:~$ sudo mount -t ext4 /dev/sdc2 c1 mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdc2, missing codepage ...
Using QNX unix filesystem. The files once written with good file names in a good directory and partition get corrupted in their filenames. Some of the files remain in good shape in the same ...
I got a problem with my SD card which had got Raspbian. Everything seemed to be ok while working with the raspberry. I inserted it to my laptop running Ubuntu 12.04.4 to fetch some files. It first ...