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You see the brackets and word code in my text above because I placed spaces between the words. If I remove the spaces it would look like this:
Look at how my output looks when I perform the commands:Code:Paste Text Here
I copied the text from the terminal screen. Then I pasted it between code tags into the message. If you would do this you would be showing kindness to us who are trying to decipher your text. It'll make it much easier in giving support.Code:ljames@hera5:~$ cat /proc/partitions major minor #blocks name 8 0 488386584 sda 8 1 195311616 sda1 8 2 20480000 sda2 8 3 272593920 sda3 8 16 488386584 sdb 8 17 102400000 sdb1 8 18 2048000 sdb2 8 19 383936001 sdb3 ljames@hera5:~$ df -v Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda1 192245340 166336000 16143760 92% / none 1984416 696 1983720 1% /dev none 1995048 156 1994892 1% /dev/shm none 1995048 808 1994240 1% /var/run none 1995048 8 1995040 1% /var/lock /dev/sda3 268316360 139096484 115590180 55% /mnt2/hera5data /dev/sdb3 377910288 294491576 64221912 83% /mnt2/b3 ljames@hera5:~$
At a glad I'll be able to easily tell you what to do, then move own to another user having problems.
If you learn this concept, it'll make any other issues you have in the future also easy to be resolved.
I'm glad to help. Thank you in advance for making it easier for me to help.
As for as booting, that doesn't matter. The answer is resolved by using the output from the two commands I gave you.
By the way, if you wonder how your post is going to look before submitting it, you can click on preview. If your code tags are correct the preview would show your pasted output in the same format as you see it on your terminal screen.
-- L. James
L. D. James