Yesterday, I faced with “Dependency failed for Local File Systems” right after an error message about the system can’t mount an NTFS partition when rebooting my laptop. I had no idea about this problem because it was booted for a long time ago then running with daily updates.
I’ve installed Arch Linux and Windows 8 on my Laptop: ASUS K450LD because I want to convert the HDD from MBR legacy to GPT. TO DONE it, I backuped my HDD content then convert it to GPT during the Windows 8 Instaltion process with Windows Command Prompt.
cower: error while loading shared libraries: libalpm.so.8: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Yesterday, I’ve just deleted something which I didn’t want to delete! If you use
ext3/ext4 you may be able to recover the file with ext3grep or extundelete with information from the file system journal if the content of the file wasn’t already overwritten by new data. Your partition uses ext4 you have to use
extundelete, if it’s ext3 you can use also
The first step should be to stop all writing processes on the related partition and unmount that partition as soon as possible. Getting the disk unmounted or re-mounted as read only helps a great deal in the recovery effort. Data recovery, especially on EXT file systems, should be attempted from a live CD or other system that isn’t depending on the partition you’re undeleting from.