• /etc/fstab Input/output Error

    VTC Player   Unix Shell Fundamentals, Mounting Pt 1dpkg: error: unable to access dpkg … – Ok, can you create a file? for example doing: touch test and on the other hand, can you paste your /etc/fstab? – smile Mar 19 ’13 at 9:53…

    DSL-N :: /etc/fstab not working – Damn Small Linux – WARNING: couldn’t open /etc/fstab: Input/Output error fsck.ext2: Is a directorz while trzing to open / /: The superblock could not be read or does not describe a correct ext2 filesystem.

    Cifs ” mount error 5 = Input/output error ” but smbfs works! – Cifs “mount error 5 = Input/output error” but smbfs works! User Name: Remember Me? Password: Linux … When I changed /etc/hosts and /etc/fstab to “backupserver”, it mounted just fine. Cheers, Juliano 10-08-2013, 11:55 AM …

    … (two dirs) via /etc/fstab: Receive the following error: mount error(5): Input/output error Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g.man mount.cifs) Help; Forum; Quick … via /etc/fstab: Receive the following error: Code: mount error(5): Input/output error Refer to the mount …

    Hi. I was trying to resize a NTFS partition using GParted and trying to enlarge it using some unallocated space (about 400 or 500 MB unallocated space) but ……

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    … unable to stat ‘/etc/fstab’ : Input/Output error. i am pretty sure the file is corrupt, and i was trying to find something about it on google, and i found this, if it helps, but i still dont have a solution on how to edit /etc/fstab

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    It looks like this is happening when it is trying to be mounted as a manual mount yields the same result. The USB drive has an entry in /etc/fstab and looking at dmesg it looks like fine.