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coherent crash

Posted on 1997-09-04
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running coherent on 386.  blv data files have overflowed
and corrupted operating system.  when i try to log in, i
get either "no shell" or "out of space" msgs.  how can  i
get in, kill some unneeded files, make some space, and
start fixing things?
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Question by:gysgt
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Putting a system disk into your external drive and booting from there?

Rgds, julio
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