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Month: December 2012

Re: [trinity-users] sudoers file deleted!

From: Uwe Brauer <oub.oub.oub@...>
Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2012 23:01:54 +0100
>> "Werner" == Werner Joss <werner@...> writes:

   Werner> well, you can download a sample file from the
   Werner> internet or, if you still have a default sudoers
   Werner> file, edit that from the live cd.  mount your HD
   Werner> first, of course.
   >> sorry for this elementary question: but using the live cd,
   >> can I simple mount like
   >> mkdir tmp
   >> mount -t jfs /dev/sda5 /tmp
   >> Then the HD is  writable???

   > well, not sure if /tmp is a good mount point (could already be in use),
   > but basically, it should work this way.

I am very confused but this does not work. I took a
different machine running 10.04 trinity. It has only a root
partion with jfs on it.

So when I boot with my virtual 10.04 Cd and then try to
mount via 

mount -t jfs /dev/sda5 /tmp2 

Or what ever mount complains:

"wrong fs type or bad superblock": 

the usual message of mount when something is wrong.

I have also on /dev/sda1 a windows partion with ntfs. This
one I can mount. So I am stuck.

There must be something very elementary which I miss, but


Uwe Brauer