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I broke Ubuntu after a forced shutdown
A program started misbehaving, and quickly ate up all 4GB of my RAM and 2GB of my swap. This meant the system came to a crawl. So I forced a shutdown. Now, when I reboot, I would normally get a Grub ...
May 11 '11 at 23:18
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