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sailu
While booting I get this error /dev/hda5: Unexpected INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsk MANUALLY.
(i.e. without -a or -p option)
Fsk failed. Please repair manually.


So please suggest me how I can fix this error.
Note I 'm using debian
hughesjr
you will have to boot to single user mode (you should get there automaticly since there is a hard drive error).

you will have to run the command:

fsck

And fix each error manually. (By selecting fix).
Hemant
And for booting in to single user mode you will have to edit the booting parameter:
put word single on the kernel line.
sailu
Than you for your suggestions biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif
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