Cannot open some directories (Documents and Downloads). Manjaro send “bad message”. Can somebody help me?
Welcome to the forum!
- What filesystem type are you using for
- How are you trying to access those directories ─ command line or file manager?
- Is your system fully up-to-date?
Please also take the time to read the following post…
is you use ext4, you can run
Thanks for the reply.
-Looking at Gparted, I found the filesystem type is ext4 (/dev/sda2). Mount point: /.
-I’m using both: command line and file manager, to try to access those directories.
-My system is already updated (using the command
sudo pacman -Syyu).
-When I try to use the command
fsck and unmount the partition, got the message: “must be superuser to unmount”.
Easiest way to check filesystems(partitions) which are in use if you booted up your Manjaro installation is to boot up a live iso from usb.
fsck a mounted filesystem ─ well, you can, but it’ll destroy the filesystem ─ and you also cannot unmount the root filesystem of a running system. Therefore, as @freggel.doe says, you need to
fsck your installed root filesystem from a live session.
Thank you guys for your help.
The filesystem is already fixed