Joined: 23 Jun 2002
Location: Eugene, Oregon
|Posted: Sun Jun 23, 2002 5:35 am Post subject: lose filesystem while running bootstrap.sh on ppc
|Have a lombard G3 powerbook and a nifty little 20gb fujistu that seems to have worked great up until I decided to toss out the yellowdog install I had and convert the last system I have over to gentoo. Only thing that had been stopping me was the whole PPC thing.
Anyways, this is a very reproducable error, has occurred to me twice in a row, and I'm betting in about 30 minutes, it happens again.
I run the /usr/portage/scripts/bootstrap.sh script, and right in the middle of the glibc compile messages marked "EXT2-fs:" saying that requested block is blahblah ( max is `something < blahblah`)
Afterwards the filesystem become unreadable. After unmounting, an attempt to remount results in a "VFS: no ext2 file system found" error.
Anyone else encountered this? or is it just me?
BTW - Additional info about my system in case you see something I'm missing.
` modprobe yenta_socket`
` modprobe ds `
` modprobe tulip `
I have a FA510 pcmcia network card, the internal BMAC NIC jack is FUBAR'd.
Disc has a Mac OS 9.1 install (vanilla, just in case MacOS would come in handy) installed on a HFS+ part, with a reg. HFS for sharing.
/dev/hda11 is Bootstrap part.
/dev/hda12 is a 512MB swap part.
/dev/hda13 is a 12.2gb ext2 (until that error happens) part.