I never had any trouble, but I installed Jaunty last week, after the fix
was released. Is it possible this bug now only affects those that
installed it prior to the fix? When did you guys install it?
I've moved over 100GB of files since I installed it. I had at least two
hard crashes, everything seems to be intact.
André Barmasse wrote:
> For testing I installed ext4 together with Jaunty Alpha 4 as standard
> root file system on my Sony Vaio. Since then I had four hardlocks, two
> of them completely destroying my gnome desktop. So far, this only
> happens within Gnome while upgrading the system with apt-get in a shell
> AND at the same time running and working with other programms (like
> quodlibet, firefox, Thunderbird, Bluefish etc.).
> As of the gnome desktop destructions, in one case apt-get unfortunately
> was just installing some xorg-server files and - in the other case -
> configuring the gnome-desktop, when the hard lock happened. The sad part
> is that I didn't find a way to repair the broken system neither with
> apt-get nor with dpkg nor with aptitute as the size some needed
> configuration files was set to zero by the crash. So, for now I am
> switching back to ext4 releasing this warning:
> DON'T DO ANYTHING WHILE UPGRADING UBUNTU WITH EXT4!