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Re: Anyone know how to fix this problem?



Paul wrote:
Hi,


If the corrected command above comes back with no listing, then:

	badblocks -i -

and enter "1" at the prompt.  "-i -" reads the list from stdin rather
than a file, and if you don't have any bad block list, that's what
you'll have to do.


So

su -
badblocks -i - /dev/hdg2 is what I need to do and then type the bad
blocks directly? I'm asking as I've not seen any sort of prompt.

Yup, that's the ticket. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- - Rick Stevens, Senior Systems Engineer rstevens vitalstream com - - VitalStream, Inc. http://www.vitalstream.com - - - - Dyslexics of the world: UNTIE! - ----------------------------------------------------------------------


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