Error updating e2fsprogs 1 40 8 gentoo

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Newsgroups: email Date: Mon, 0000 (UTC) Subject: Gentoo 2006.0 Gentoo 2006.0 (Linux Center Edition).

To the original reporter: the usplash bug is at https:/Same problem here.

They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. If this is the error you are getting (which it looks like it to me)...

Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.=sys-libs/e2fsprogs-libs-1.41 required by ('ebuild', '/', 'sys-fs/cryptsetup-1.0.5-r1', 'merge') sys-libs/e2fsprogs-libs required by ('installed', '/', 'x11-libs/lib SM-1.1.0', 'nomerge') ('installed', '/', 'sys-fs/e2fsprogs-1.40.8', 'nomerge') pulled in by sys-fs/e2fsprogs required by world After a quick google search on "emerge block e2fsprogs", I found a couple of resources: What it basically came down to is e2fsprogs incorporates the other two packages now.

Abit NF7-S AMD Athlon XP 2600 mobile 1 GB RAM NVidia 6600Gt Kernel: 2.6.17-10-generic IDE 30GB 2x SATA 80GB Partitions: hda1 1GB /boot md0 14GB / (raid0) md1 144GB /home (raid0) md2 2GB swap (raid0) All formated with Reiser FS. I can add myself: Asus K8N-E Athlon 64 2800 1 GB RAM 1x 160 GB Samsung P-ATA drive 1x 250 GB Samsung S-ATA drive Partitions: /dev/hda1 56GB /media/windows - Windows System Disk (ntfs) /dev/hda2 32GB /root (ext3) /dev/hda5 60GB /home (ext3) /dev/hda6 2GB swap /dev/sda1 128GB /media/daten (FAT32) - shared between Windows and Linux /dev/sda2 56GB /media/ablage - Windows data pile for everything (ntfs) /dev/sda3 49GB /tmp I am running Edgy final (32bit) with -generic kernel. Samsung SP1604N /dev/hda1 10 Gb - ntfs /dev/hda2 5 Gb - ntfs /dev/hda3 1 kb - extended /dev/hda4 18,6 Gb - ext3 /dev/hda5 63 Gb - ntfs /dev/hda6 52,4 Gb - ext3 Samsung SP1604N (yep, another one) /dev/hdb1 203,9 Mb - vfat /dev/hdb2 1 kb - extended /dev/hdb3 14,6 - ext3 /dev/hdb4 1,5 Gb - swap /dev/hda5 40 Gb - vfat /dev/hda6 50 Gb - ext3 /dev/hda7 10,3 Gb - ext3 No problems on my notebook, HP nx6110. /dev/hda1 7,9 GB - ntfs /dev/hda2 9,8 GB - ext3 /dev/hda3 1 kb - extended /dev/hda4 18,1 GB - ext3 /dev/hda5 475,2 Mb - vfat /dev/hda6 949,1 Mb - swap Same with me on a fresh Edgy install on a Sony Vaio FS415B, formatted as ext3. You need to change the last two digits for FAT32 partitions to zero (normally the last one is 1).

I confirm this bug: Gigabyte 7VTXE WDC WD1200JB 120 gb /dev/hda1 21Gb - fat32 /media/hda1 /dev/hda5 46Gb - fat32 /media/hda5 /dev/hda5 40Gb - fat32 /media/hda6 /dev/hda7 6,1Gb - ext3 / /dev/hda8 512Mb - swap Same here, at least on my desktop. Possibly related: On running sudo tune2fs -l /dev/xxxx Mount count: 13 Maximum mount count: 30 Last checked: Thu Jan 1 1970 Mmmm, that date looks suspicious! The effect is, that the partitions won't be checked.

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