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Fixing “Unable to read inode block…” ...

EXT3, one of the most commonly used file system by Linux Kernel, is used in numerous Linux distributions. Although a reliable file system, it is ...

anonymous3/16/201071900
How to Recover Linux Data After Har...

Is your Linux hard drive crashing abruptly every time when you boot your system? Are you unable to boot your Linux computer and access data from i...

anonymous5/27/201057400
How to Recover Linux System

The generic boot loader in Linux operating systems is the LiLo (short for LInux LOader). Using LiLo as the boot loader, you can boot the Linux system u...

anonymous9/21/201044300
How to recover lost data from ext2 fil...

The ext2 (second extended) is one of the file systems of Linux operating systems. It is used in several Linux distributions and is the first choice ...

anonymous5/20/201044100
How to Recovery LVM Partitions in Li...

Do you need to add a new disk to LVM volume for expanding it? Or, are you trying to add a new disk on LVM with zero redundancy? You must create c...

anonymous3/8/201046900
How to resolve “The partition table o...

In a Linux system, the basic partition type code that is used commonly is 0×83. It is used across most of the file systems such as ext2, ext3, ext4,...

anonymous4/20/201042600
How to resolve the “No init found” er...

In Linux systems, all the system processes are carried out by the “init” (short for initialization) program. It runs as a daemon in the system and, ...

anonymous4/19/201026700
Interrupted LVE Process Causes Data ...

LVM (Logical Volume Manager) is a part of Linux operating system kernel, which manages hard drives and other mass storage devices. It is a wa...

anonymous5/24/201051200
LILO Errors and Data Loss in Linux

In order to start or boot your Linux computer without a system or boot disk, you generally need to install boot loader. It is the first program, whic...

anonymous4/15/201040400
Linux Data Loss Caused by Block Grou...

Ext3 is the most commonly used and stable file system of Linux operating system. This journaled Linux file system divides hard drive space into blo...

anonymous4/16/201033500
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