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Aug
10
comment boot without failing services
I've found that adding option 'init=/bin/bash' to kernel in grub give me a chance to actually issue these commands even in dire straits like mine.
Aug
10
accepted boot without failing services
Aug
10
comment boot without failing services
unfortunately no
Aug
10
asked boot without failing services
Dec
7
awarded  Supporter
Aug
10
comment mount failed to process probably corrupted CD
I guess I do sth wrong because there is no new output from dmesg when I mount the disc.
Aug
8
comment mount failed to process probably corrupted CD
My problem is that I can't fully control my system. There is the procedure I described that reveals u can create a process u can't kill. I found somewhere on the net you should unmount a device but the solution is not relevant to my case. In short: how to kill that mount programme?
Aug
8
comment mount failed to process probably corrupted CD
Any use of kill with or without options failed to kill the mount command
Aug
8
comment mount failed to process probably corrupted CD
If u mean Ctrl+C in terminal (tty) or terminal emulator in X, then all I get is '^C' with no influence on mount.
Aug
8
asked mount failed to process probably corrupted CD
Sep
27
awarded  Scholar
Sep
27
accepted apt: reinstall older version of a package without altering dependent packages
Sep
27
comment apt: reinstall older version of a package without altering dependent packages
I have already tried it. I guess it is the only solution. However, I'm surprised so many apps (emacs, chromium, ...) depend on one library in the newest version.
Sep
26
awarded  Student
Sep
26
asked apt: reinstall older version of a package without altering dependent packages