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accepted A standard way of dealing with a system crash / freeze
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comment A standard way of dealing with a system crash / freeze
I bought a new MacBookPro last thursday, and I already had a system freeze three times. Two of them while copying data from an external hard disk and one after a system update.. not a very lucky start :( But you are right Gordon: with journaling a file system should be able to rewind to the last working state.
Oct
25
comment A standard way of dealing with a system crash / freeze
I must admit, this is a bit surprising. Isn't the use of the power button dangerous? Again, on Linux it's usually the wost thing you can do, resulting eventually in a corrupted file system. Thanks!
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asked A standard way of dealing with a system crash / freeze