[svlug] Re: OFF TOPIC fsck for ext3

Ian MacLure imaclure at seagull.com
Fri Dec 14 08:08:02 PST 2001

>From: Rafael <raffi at ark.linwin.com>
>To: Alexander Udalov <aludal at softhome.net>
>Cc: svlug at svlug.org
>Subject: Re: [svlug] Re: OFF TOPIC fsck for ext3

>On Thu, Dec 13, 2001 at 12:44:53PM -0800, Alexander Udalov wrote:
>> Thank you Drew, fsck did the fscking job (or was it actually fsck.ext3?
>> hadn't the clue at the time, to check). Well, fsck-ing was accomplished
>> successfuly only in manual operation, so to speak, and with my
>> curses about some losses of data discovered after the dust settled.
>> But now I'm sure that my HDD was in coma, and soon will be in its last
>> again. Well, fsck, or not fsck, as they say in Russia, the best remedy
>> dandruff is baldness. Whereas the best remedy for baldness is
>> Apart from obvious thrift stores, fleamarkets, SurplusComputer.com, does
>> anyone know some good used/liquidation/refurbished/overstock/older
>> parts stores in Bay Area, to shop for EIDE IBM, or Western Digital 7200
>> Gig HDD?
>Weirdstuff in Sunnyvale or Halted in Santa Clara, 

	WierdStuff? Do they still exist?
	I thought they closed years ago.
	Their space across from ((&Frys)-1) became a T-Zone briefly
	Try Disc Drive Depot on Lawrence near ex-Computer Literacy
	( next strip mall back toward ECR ) unless of course they are .gone 
	as well.

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