On Thu, Jun 09, 2011 at 10:38:38PM +0530, Mahesh T. Pai wrote:
> Ran into same problems, and was bracing myself to buy a new HDD; till
> I figured that this might be a software problem.
> Finaly identifyed that e2fsprogs was uninstalled accidently.
e2fsprogs is marked essential and therefore must never be removed
and will never be automatically removed.
> Reporting this here, since this was what google turned up. Hoping that
> next time somebody runs into similar problem and turns to google for
> help, (s)he will find this.
I hope not, because this bug doesn't seem to have anything to do
> The system is (almost) upto date, running experimental.
> Currently running 2.6.39-1 (note the "almost" above)
> e2fsprogs is now 1.41.14-1
> Obviously, some dependency problem
No it isn't.
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