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I've seen so many stories along the lines of 'I accidentally deleted sudo' or 'I ran rm -rf one directory higher than intended'. Mine isn't quite that bad... but it feels like a rite of passage. I've dabbled with Linux in the past but have only been using it full-time for about 18 months. Anyway... running a fairly new install of Debian and found it wouldn't read a ntfs drive I had. I didn't actually need it, but thought it would be worth tinkering with to fix. So, as a relative noob, I did what I usually do and just looked it up online. I found someone with the answer. Just install ntfs-3g, create a directory and... add this line to fstab. So I did, without really looking at it. The drive didn't work. Oh well. I went on my merry way and forgot about it. Some time later, I rebooted... or tried to. But I kept getting kicked into emergency mode, and I had no idea why. And I couldn't find anyone online with the same problem to tell me what to do. Crap. Desperate, I looked at the error log and saw that there was a problem with /mnt/ntfs. Wait a minute - I did something to that. So I found a Ubuntu live USB I had lying around, booted up, and deleted the directory I created and my stupid additions to fstab. And it worked. I know it's not the worst error or an especially hard fix in the grand scheme of things. But this time, I worked out how to fix it. I knew where to look, and the (admittedly basic) commands I needed to get it done. I broke it. I fixed it. I wasted at least two hours. I am a Linux user. submitted by /u/AhcUb65HcK [link] [comments]

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