Hello, y'all. A server at my work went down, and I'm trying to help get it back up, if possible. I'm afraid I don't know what distro this is from, but I'm guessing either Red Hat or Fedora. I'm only a help desk analyst. Anybody know how to fix this error/problem? See below: "/etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit: /dev/null: read-only file system Dup2: Bad file descriptor An error occurred during file system check Give root password for maintenance Control-D to continue Reboot and replay the movie over and over." It refuses to boot back up and after MANY reboots, it just does not want to come to life. If I'm not mistaken, the rc.sysinit script file is practically what starts it up. I'm guessing something within the script is corrupt. Is it possible to remount the disk as RW, delete the /dev/null folder and recreate it, and create an inode? Or maybe the rc.sysinit file in the path /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit: is corrupted? Please help, so I can impress the senior guys.