Re: Moving /usr stopped wireless network!
From: Paul Lutus (nospam_at_nosite.zzz)
Date: Mon, 06 Oct 2003 10:11:55 -0700
Peter T. Breuer wrote:
> Paul Lutus <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Peter T. Breuer wrote:
>> > The problem was not created by overpartitioning (whatever that is)
>> > because no problems can be caused that way.
>> I repeat, for the gathered masses, your claim: "No problems can be caused
>> that way." This thread began because your statement is not true.
> That is false. The thread began for other reasons.
That is false. The OP lost his wireless capability, BECAUSE of a bad module
load, BECAUSE he moved /usr from one partition to another, BECAUSE a
partition was full.
The problem WENT AWAY when the OP moved /usr back, THUS PROVING that this
was the ROOT PROBLEM, and AND PROVING that overpartitioning was the ROOT
Now the OP has no easy solution to his PROBLEM CAUSED BY OVERPARTITIONING.
He can reinstall Linux, of course. Next time he will KNOW BETTER THAN TO
The ENTIRE PROBLEM is trivially traced to the fact that a partition became
full while there was free space elsewhere. This is a COMMON PROBLEM caused
> As it is, you's a honking hot air.
Great argument. And something one expects to see when the facts contradict
Honest to God.
-- Paul Lutus http://www.arachnoid.com