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Description of problem:
My redhat linux is crashed.Superblock could not read ext2 filesystem
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.When I login
Created attachment 84164 [details]
Message Recived when Redhat Crashes
That's a sign that something is corrupt on your disk. I can't even begin to
diagnose it without more information. You haven't told me _when_ this message
occurs, for example, or on what filesystem.
The corruption could have been due to bad hardware, or a user configuration
error, or failure due to a power supply glitch, or any number of other causes.
In the absense of a reproducible way to cause the corruption in the first place,
this is a support question, not a bug report.
Anyway, if you could supply a bit more info --- what hardware you are using,
when the error occurs, on what disk the error happens --- I'll see if there's
anything I can suggest.
One year later, no info -> closing.