ctrl ( control ) D in debian ( linux )

Sometimes we face the problem of control D in debian. In this scenario you must unmount all the drives of your hard disk then you need to go through file scan for recovery and fixation.

1. Give the root password
2. fdisk – l
It will show all the partitions of your hard disk
controld ctrl ( control ) D in debian ( linux )
this is my hard disk, you might have lot more or less

3. Now you need to unmount all of the partition, command is as below
umount /dev/sda1
..
..
umount /dev/sda5

4. Now run file scan, command is
fsck

you might have to press y for several times for fixing the errors. After completing the fsck restart the machine

5. init 6

8 thoughts on “ctrl ( control ) D in debian ( linux )

  1. tohin

    though it’s a minor glitch … your point 2 the command should be “fdisk -l ” not “fdsik -l”

    thanks for your tips.

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