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Send to this list results in failure notice for hacker-24 versanet de

When I sent the message in response to Drive Eaten!!! to
fedora-list redhat com it also seems to have been sent to
hacker-24 versanet de   This isn't in the to or reply-to header, so it
seems to have been added by the fedora list server.  I think that is
probably a problem, break-in attempt.

Am I interpreting this correctly?

Begin forwarded message:

Date: 29 Jul 2009 16:46:00 -0000
From: MAILER-DAEMON maildo versatel de
To: gryt2 q com
Subject: failure notice

Hi. This is the qmail-send program at maildo.versatel.de.
I'm afraid I wasn't able to deliver your message to the following
addresses. This is a permanent error; I've given up. Sorry it didn't
work out.

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On Thu, 30 Jul 2009 00:16:31 +1200
Morgan Read <mstuff read org nz> wrote:

> Hello List
> This seems very very BAD!  If someone could help me through, it would
> be very much appreciated (understatement).

I agree, it seems like your hard drive is toast.

> I'm running f10 under gnome with a recent (couple of days ago) yum
> update.
> I was followed the instructions for setting the media defaults under
> new nautilus media tab here:
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=485037#c1
> I then went to the "Removable Drives and Media" under System >
> Preferences > Hardware to conform my old settings there with what I'd
> just done (above).

This seems innocuous enough, nothing that would destroy your file

> The window opened but didn't complete it's draw - instead the display
> froze and there was frantic harddrive activity for some time - I went
> away and brushed my teeth...  Came back to find everything settled -
> except there was no longer any wireless connection.  I attempted to

The drop of the wireless I don't understand.  Once it is up, it
should stay up.  Maybe it tried to log to the HD, couldn't, and
failed.  Or perhaps you also have power supply issues?  Did you have a
power surge or drop out?  Lightning strike?  Lights blink?

> connect to my local network, but the connection couldn't be made -
> dropped back out as soon as the connection began to be established.

This is where you should have done the intervention.  You
should have umounted this filesystem and run e2fsck on it immediately.
But it probably wouldn't have mattered, the damage was already done.

<snip> recovery operation

> When finished I rebooted...  And, low - my system gets down to about
> starting nmbd before various start-ups fail for missing files.  Once
> through the start-up gnome attempts to start, but fails with
> continuous restarts.  I can't open a terminal on tty2, 3, 4, etc.
> And, I can only shutdown by pressing the power switch - which triggers
> an ordered shutdown.
> I ran a back up of the /home and /etc a few days ago - but, I've done
> work since...  I don't back up the rest of the system.
> Can anyone help me get my system back up please.  It's 12.15 midnight
> here, so I won't be back for a few hours.

As I said above, the evidence you gave seems to indicate that the drive
is shot.  No advice is going to fix it.  You could try running a live
CD, mounting the drive in question, and see if you can recover any of
the files or parts of them.  That would also test the rest of the
sytem, including the wireless connection.

Maybe someone else here will have a better analysis and solution.

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