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OpenSUSE Install :: 11.0 - System Stopped Working- Repair Filesystem - #


I am running Suse 11.0 and the system had stopped working. I booted from the disk and chose repair system. Now I can get to the Give root password for login and it accepts the password, but I get the line
(repair filesystem) #


View 3 Replies (Posted: 21-Jan-2011 06:02)

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