Debian :: What Is " 'name Of Packet.deb' Is Corrupted" - Watch List Of Corrupted Packets?

Aug 15, 2010

What is " 'name of packet.deb' is corrupted" ? How i do watch list of corrupted packets? How i do reinstall all corrupted packets?

OS: debian

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OpenSUSE Network :: Corrupted Packete Received; Timeout Waiting For PADO Packets?

Mar 15, 2010

I have a DSL brodband connection. The internet connectivity was working fine but lately, I am am facing problems while connecting to internet.Upn connecting the cable to the eth0, the /var/log/messages shows repeated instances of:"kernel:corrupted packets received"Also, if i use pppoe-dicovery, I get " Timeout Waiting for PADO packets" error.There is nothing wrong with the cable. If I connect the cable to a windo$s xp laptop, internet connects fine without any problems.Any idea what could be going wrong? Since the internet was working fine earlier on my opensuse box, im not sure what could have gone wrong with the settings.

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Ubuntu Installation :: DEVED Error 1 "corrupted Filesystem Tarfile - Corrupted Package Archive"

Jan 24, 2010

I'm COMPLETELY new to linux. I"m running Ubuntu 9.10 and TRYING to install Devede. I have tried the Terminal, Synaptic Manger, and the Add/Remove and still keep getting this same error. I'm running a regular 32 bit Pentium 3 process to test if I like Linux or not. this is what it says: E: /var/cache/apt/archives/libavcodec-extra-52_4%3a0.5+svn20090706-2ubuntu3_i386.deb: corrupted filesystem tarfile - corrupted package archive this is not a DUAL boot computer either.

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Programming :: Smallbin Double Linked List Corrupted?

Jun 27, 2011

My application receiving SIGABRT by saying "smallbin double linked list corrupted". It is developed in C/C++ on Linux RHEL5.4

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Grub Is Corrupted - Does Not Display The List Of Of Bootable OS Options Anymore

Nov 28, 2010

I have a PC with three partitions: C, D, E. The C: and D: partition are NTFS and C: has Windows XP on it. D: holds my data files and folders in the Windows environment. E: has CentOS version 5.x. The machine is dual bootable. When booting up Grub gave me the options to boot to CentOS (by default) or to boot into Win XP (by selecting it).

Recently I used Partition Magic to resize the D: partition. I shrank the D: partition. The freed space space was then used to create a new NTFS partition.

After the partitioning was completed, I rebooted the machine. But now Grub is having a problem. It does not display the list of of bootable OS options any more. Instead there is just a black screen with the prompt:


What am I supposed to do here?

I am afraid that after I ran Partition Magic somehow Grub is messed up. How do I recover the previous boot options? Or at the minimum, how do I make the the machine to boot into Windows XP?

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Debian :: Characters Corrupted When Using Console Apps?

Jul 4, 2010

I'm having a problem with getting the console to display special characters. I can type special characters in on the command line but they arent outputted properly when using something like aptitude or man. What I find strange is that in X the same programs work fine.

Heres the locale settings:


Unfortunately I dont know how to find the font settings.

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Debian :: IDevice Error - Possible Corrupted File

Feb 8, 2011

I got an iPhone 3GS and it seems to give me a weird error when trying to mount it. Here is a screenshot. Here are a few details on the system:
* Fresh install (Debian 6.0) netinstall.
* Added the ipw2200-bss.fw during install
* Installed using eth0 (network cable) using the mirror. (possible corrupted file?)
* Machine is an IBM ThinkPad T43.
The image is to big to fit here, so here is the link: [URL]

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Debian :: USB Drive Corrupted - Cannot Read Superblock

Mar 16, 2011

I have a removable USB pen drive, that all of a sudden, when it got 99% used, stopped working. When I try to mount it (manually) I get "can't read superblock". I know there is a ton about this on Google and I've read a lot of them, but most seem to be about formatting a drive, or fiddling in fstab. I'm trying to run fsck on it, and it finds errors, (among them: two FAT-tables?) but then it just freezes, and CPU goes to 100 % and I let it be like that for 4 minutes, before aborting. Scandisk in windows is rubbish (fails to start), and running "chkdsk /f F:", in windows, results in nothing, the shell crashes immediately. Is it normal for fsck to get stuck and just chew up CPU? It does not seem to be reading from the drive, according to conky. Also, is it possible to run fsck as normal user, (at my work)?

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Debian Configuration :: Dbus Package Is Corrupted Or Not Complete?

May 12, 2010

I had my laptop turned on. The battery turned out low and my pc shut down (not in the correct way obviously)! Plus: I was running apt-get upgrade but it should have done before shutting down. Now, I restarted my pc and under nm-applet I see: "wireless network: device not ready" and at login I get the message: "Network configurations failed. org.freedesktop.dbus.error.spawn.PermissionsInvalid: the permission of the setuid helper is not correct" and that I could not be able to connect via bluetooth (but actuallyu I can't use wireless!)! What to do guys? I use debian squeeze. I read from someone using kubuntu that he solved the problem reinstalling all the packages with "dbus" in their name. But I don't know if my ethernet will work yet!

Update: if I run dpkg-reconfigure dbus, it tells me that dbus package is corrupted or not complete: could be the issue?

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Debian Configuration :: Corrupted (permanent) Systemd Logs In Jessie

Apr 22, 2016

I've enabled permanent systemd logs in Jessie, and after a while I'm seeing messages about corrupted logs when checking with journalctl --verify

Code: Select allInvalid tail monotonic timestamp 0%
File corruption detected at /var/log/journal/..........

as far as I can see, there is currently no option to delete this files from within systemd facilities, is that correct?

Should they be deleted manually, or just left alone?

Apparently I can still read all older logs regardless of such reported corruption, using the journalctl --boot -n option.

EDIT:Another thing coming to mind is that this has been happening for me not only in Jessie but in every systemd-based distro that I've tried, once permanent logging is enabled: is that some kind of systemd bug?

What would exactly mean

Code: Select allFile corruption detected at /var/log/journal/38d5e6b861134eadb37cbd64b98a66bd/user-65534@d1745ac610d2459f940a24f27abd6d47-0000000000000f14-00051b8d2dabdcac.journal:000000 (of 8388608 bytes, 0%)

in particular, the 0% of 8388608 bytes part ?

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Fedora :: Check That The Downloaded Is Not Corrupted?

Jan 17, 2011

i have downloaded fedora14


i did not found md5 code of this? how i can check that the downloaded is not corrupted?

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OpenSUSE :: Pointer Icon Get Corrupted

Nov 30, 2010

I have a problem with pointer icon. When I hover pointer on application (Mozilla, Dolphin, Skype, Kopete) pointer icon get corrupted.

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General :: How To Get Device Of Corrupted USB Stick

Aug 7, 2011

In order to try to rescue a USB stick which has probably a corrupted allocation table, I would like to get the device.I'm using Ubuntu 10 as a guest in VirtualBox, Host: Win7. Windows just tells me that the USB is not formatted.When tail -f /var/log/messages and I insert the USB stick, there won't be anything appended.
fdisk -l does not show anything.

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Ubuntu :: Ntfs3g Corrupted NTFS MFT?

Jan 4, 2010

I don't usually post scary post titles, but i'm a little desperate. I apologise for the bad grammar and flow of this message, i'm blaming it on this tiny netbook.Summary: Linux crashed, corrupting only the NTFS partition, the mft isn't recoverable with CHKDSK and tesgetdataback on windows sees the partition with all of it's files.Question: If getdataback can see all the files it must be able to see the mft. Is there a way to rebuild the mft?Long winded version:So I was running 9.10 64bit and was accessing a NTFS partition made by Vista.I was extracting a 7z. archive when the computer became unresponsive. Ctrl Alt Backspace didn't work, alt ctrl f1 worked but i couldn't login so couldn't halt the system. I waited 5 min and turned off the computer. 4 seconds on the power button.

When the computer restarted all the partitions were fine except the NTFS partition. 9.10 couldn't mount the partition, saying CHKDSK needed to be run. Booting into Vista, I get a black screen with a cursor flashing on the top left. Booting into recovery I ran CHKDSK /f /r c: which came back with something like "mft corrupt, couldn't recover aborted".I then got back into 9.10 and tried testdisk. When attempting to do anything with the partition, it crashed with MFTSegmentation fault. Getting desperate, I tried to dd the partition onto a nas but at 30 gb the computer got really slow so I aborted that. {I don't have a hdd large enough on the computer}.

I then unplugged the hdd and plugged it into another computer, using sata. Linux doesn't have any advanced recovery tools for ntfs so i used getdataback on vista. This sees all of the files but I can't find a way to recover the MFT.I haven't lost any files but wouldn't mind restoring the mft. Is there a way of doing thisRant:WTF. Ubuntu 9.10 comes with ntfs3g as default? It should be safe to use. Windows has crashed many times but hasn't taken down the mft.Reading more about this, an MFT getting corrupted should never really happen other than if the disk is physically defected.

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Ubuntu :: Gtk Fonts - Corrupted And Merged Together

Apr 2, 2010

Im seeing this problem (see screenshot) while running gtk apps. the letters are occasionally corrupted and merged together

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Ubuntu Installation :: 10.04 Corrupted Xfs Partition?

May 4, 2010

Being an Ubuntu enthousiast (both professionally as well as at home), I upgraded my home server from 9.10 to 10.04 yesterday. It runs kvm with only 1 vm. Host and vm we're both ubuntu 9.10 64bit. I upgraded both to 10.04. So far so good. Also did reboots to load the new kernel image.

For data storage I have a large (6,35TB) XFS partition. This partition is exported to the vm as a block device (vdb). This morning I noticed the vm has crashed. The XFS partition (mounted as /home) was shut down. Is this just bad luck? Or is it 10.04?

May 4 08:00:18 fileplanet kernel: [68558.681584] ffff8800241c8000: 58 41 47 46 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 02 0f ff ff ff XAGF............
May 4 08:00:18 fileplanet kernel: [68558.754806] Filesystem "vdb": XFS internal error xfs_btree_check_sblock at line 124 of file /build/buildd/linux-2.6.32/fs/xfs/xfs_btree.c. Caller 0xffffffffa009dcc4


I tried booting with an older (2.6.31) kernel, but didn't help. Can I safely run xfs_repair without causing any more damage?

All disks in this system are attached to an Areca hardware raid controller configured in Raid5 and has been operating for months now without any problem.

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Ubuntu :: Corrupted My Ext4 Partition

Jun 28, 2010

I was resizing my ext4 partition and I cancelled it while it was at the reading stage think it was only reading it and nothing else, but now it is corrupt.

When I run 'fsck -n /dev/sda5' I get the error:


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Ubuntu :: Cannot Boot Due To Corrupted File

Dec 27, 2010

I have a virtual ubuntu machine (wubi) under windows 7. Recently, I have been unable to boot ubuntu because the file /ubuntu/winboot/wubildr.mbr appears to be corrupted. Windows 7 boots fine. How can I repair my ubuntu without loosing my files or how can I retrieve my user files before I install ubuntu again?

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Ubuntu :: Splash Screens Are Corrupted?

Apr 29, 2011

However, during booting, the screens are corrupted and upon shutting down the screen becomes corrupted. Looks like white lines with possibly text behind it.

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Ubuntu :: Corrupted Drive After Restart

Jun 18, 2011

I've been running Ubuntu 10.04 for a while now on my 500 gb external hard drive, and for the most part I've had little to no problems I couldn't fix with a little common sense. However, recently my computer was taking an unusually long time to boot up, so I restarted, which normally works just fine, but just as I restarted the system had begun to boot. Now when I boot I get the following:

mount: mounting /dev on /root/dev failed: No such file or directory
mount: mounting /sys on /root/sys failed: No such file or directory
mount: mounting /proc on /root/proc failed: No such file or directory
Target filesystem doesn't have /sbin/init.


I haven't tried an Ubuntu LiveCD, because I lost mine (making a new one is difficult with our current internet connection) and I feel I would get the same results. At the very least, I would like to be able to get all my music, videos, etc. off the drive, but I would prefer being able to fix it completely so as not to have to buy a new one.

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Ubuntu :: Installed KDE - Unity Got Corrupted

Aug 14, 2011

after I installed KDE on my Ubuntu installationv I suspect Unity UI got corrupted...I can run KDE fine but there's no 'desktop' when I log into Unity...Similarly no panels or 'desktop' in 'Classic Ubuntu' session also though I can run applications using 'Gnome Do'... I have Ubuntu 11.04 DVD...Can I repair or install Gnome using this DVD? I can't get online because Android Wifi/USB tethering's not working in Ubuntu (though works fine in Windows 7)...

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Ubuntu :: Copied Mp3 Files Are Corrupted

Aug 18, 2011

I have all of my music in mp3 form on an external HD. When I copy it to my home folder for use in Banshee 2.0, some of the music files become corrupted.When these copied mp3s are played, they have annoying, intermittent distortion throughout some of the songs. In an effort to try and isolate the problem, played one of the distorted songs directly from the file on the external HD, and it played flawlessly. I then downloaded Clementine and had the exact same distortion on the playback from the copied file, and then no distortion from the external HD file.

So at this point, it seems like the mp3 are getting messed up when they are being copied from the external HD to the computer.I am using a USB 2.0 port for the file copying.

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Ubuntu :: Profile Corrupted In Server?

Mar 8, 2011

I have multiple profiles stored in my Linux Server and one of them is Corrupted,When it boot up it doesnt bring the customised applications.All the image has been stored in the server and Worksations boot from the network and gets the image from server.How do i fix it.

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Hardware :: Got 'file Kbdclass.sys Is Corrupted

Apr 17, 2010

Had a lot of computer trouble recently and had to have my hard drive wiped and Windows re-installed by a repair shop. They put in the Home Edition of XP.

Now I immediately want to install Linux again. However, when I try to load the Mint live cd I get the above information.

When I try to load the PclinuxOS live cd I get 'log in Local Host' and I don't know where to go from there.

When I try to load the Suse live cd I get nothing.

At the start of my troubles I got 'file kbdclass.sys is corrupted'. This hasn't returned.

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General :: Corrupted MBR By Copying To /dev/sdb1

May 15, 2010

rather by accident, I copied a file to a USB drive by saying

cp <file> /dev/sdb1

rather than

cp <file> /media/USBDISK

I was surprised that this was at all possible (without root privileges and all), but now the drive cannot be mounted.

I did a

dd if=/dev/sdb of=corrupted.disk

but I don't know how to recover the data.

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Red Hat :: Set Console Font (corrupted After Yum Update)?

Mar 11, 2009

I'm running RHEL 5.3 on one box at work; after the initial installation, the console font was fine (although it was visible in only one of two monitors: dual-head was configured automatically).After the first yum upgrade (which brought in dozens of packages), the console font became almost unusable. At first I can log in (say, on TTY1), but after the next few keystrokes every blank part of the display is changed to a capital G with a caret. Also, stdout (in some cases) is in an unreadable (for me, cyrillic maybe?) font. (And now the same - corrupted - display is visible in both monitors) I can't find the command to choose another console font. Looked in the "system-config*" type scripts to no avail

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Fedora :: F13 Sends Corrupted Files Over Bluetooth?

Jul 21, 2010

It seems there is a bug with F13Files send over Bluetooth to my WM phone are corrupted.When I send files, the Bluetooth transfer starts normal, then when the transfer finishes the window stays open (like it does not complete the transfer).I am unable to run or use that files on the WM (they are binary or data) so I assume they are corrupted. I have no problem with Ubuntu/Opensuse (I have a test disk with Ubuntu and OpenSuse) only with F13.

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OpenSUSE :: EXT4 Group Descriptors Corrupted

Jul 19, 2011

I have a second HD partitioned and formated to EXT4, the whole capacity. It was mounted to a directory in my home folder I'm getting an error that it cannot be mounted.

Running "dmesg | tail" i get this: (rigt now the HD is connected to the computer using a USB adaptor)

laptop:~> dmesg | tail
[ 375.821495] sd 9:0:0:0: [sdb] Write Protect is off
[ 375.821505] sd 9:0:0:0: [sdb] Mode Sense: 00 38 00 00
[ 375.821512] sd 9:0:0:0: [sdb] Assuming drive cache: write through


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OpenSUSE Install :: Corrupted Graphics On Anything But Failsafe

Jun 27, 2010

I just installed 11.3 RC1, but I can only run in failsafe mode. Installation went fine and I'm not having any problems except that when my computer gets ready to launch my login screen it just display garbled graphics. I have tried multiple resolutions and the x11failsafe option, all with a no-go. I did see this error message pop up at the time of garbled graphics on one login: [GPU LOCKUP, switching to software fbcom]

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OpenSUSE Install :: Upgrading 11.2->11.3 Corrupted A Different Partition?

Jul 29, 2010

I know I said I wouldn't do anything that could possibly do anything bad to the drive until I receive my external hard drive. I just didn't expect that upgrading from 11.2 to 11.3 via zypper dup has the potential to do that.

First, the problem: The most important partition of my computer containing all the irreplaceable stuff (images) which I had apparently only partially backed up was corrupted after I upgraded from 11.2 to 11.3.

On my computer, there are 2 drives. sda was the one that had Windows. sdb had an NTFS partition and a few smaller partitions which I used for openSUSE. After doing quite a bit of searching on upgrades corrupting partitions, I didn't find anything about it doing what I feared which was corrupting the NTFS so I went ahead and upgraded.

The upgrade went along smoothly. No problems that I could tell. The only weird thing was that the window borders disappeared near the end but I assumed that was supposed to happen. And then I restarted. First thing I noticed was that the background was blue instead of the image I had set (which happened to be on the NTFS partition). I didn't think much of it at the time figuring it was just a quirk in the upgrade process. I went ahead and decided to reset the background to what it was. And then I realized that the NTFS partition was missing -- it wasn't mounted or visible at all. That was when I started to panic a bit.

I opened up Yast partitioner and everything looked fine except that NTFS partition in question had a little * by it. I went ahead and reset its mount point only to receive an error saying that the filesystem in question doesn't exist. And sda became sdb and sdb became sda if that changes anything.

I went into Windows expecting for it to do a CHKDISK on bootup for the drive (D: ) but none of that happened. Hoping that everything was fine, I went in and tried to access it only be given an error along the lines of "The drive in D: is not formatted. Do you want to format it?" Of course, I said no but that was when I realized that this was no partition table problem like last time.

I tried restarting but Windows froze and refused to do so for several minutes so forced the computer to shutdown and loaded my copy of GParted LiveCD. It showed a 30GB unrecognized partition, another 30MB one and some unallocated space. TestDisk fixed that. (so it turns out, there was a partition table issue) What was left was what looked OK except the one partition on sda (the original sdb) that I could not afford to lose had an error.

I can't remember the exact error but it said something like "Are you trying to use a disk as a partition? Are you trying to use /dev/sda as /dev/sda1 or vice versa?" That was either in the error message or in the message I got when I tried to check the disk.

Still trying to get Windows to check the disk, I tried booting from the new sda into Windows. What I got was the Dell Utility program. It said no mouse detected and I couldn't do anything so I shut it down.

I tried going back into Windows the normal way and got the Dell Utility. I figured that this was an MBR problem after I went back into openSUSE with the new sdb still reading perfectly. Although I couldn't manage to restore the MBR so I can't log into Windows. But the other issue is far more important.

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