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    Default Booting Error

    Hello Everyone

    Using OpenSUSE 12.3 with XFCE DE and suddenly getting the following error "systemd[1]: Failed to start journal service"

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Booting Error

    maybe try to reinstall
    Code:
     zypper -f install /usr/lib/systemd/systemd 
    thru chrooted enviroment Live CD/USB if ou van't get to recovery mode - comand line or if you're using btrfs (and've snapper installed) and this problem occures after some update or Yast change it shlould be thru like a breeze
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    Default Re: Booting Error

    No when I boot through live CD and execute this command it's giving no space left error but I have 8GB of space on root (/) file system.

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    Default Re: Booting Error

    Quote Originally Posted by nishanth9042 View Post
    No when I boot through live CD and execute this command it's giving no space left error but I have 8GB of space on root (/) file system.
    OK, boot from the live CD again, open a terminal, become root (using command 'su' and entering root password),
    and then say
    'parted -l'.
    Please post the output of that here.

    After that please enter 'df' in that terminal and post the resulting output here as well.

    Good luck
    Mike

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    Default Re: Booting Error

    perhaps it means that you aren't chrooted (no space left) cause you're rerforming the zypper -f.... command on the live CD not on the system already installed. I looked at my post and it was wiritten terribly - you do this command thru 1)Live enviroment OR via 2) recovery mode
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    Default Re: Booting Error

    Quote Originally Posted by nishanth9042 View Post
    No when I boot through live CD and execute this command it's giving no space left error but I have 8GB of space on root (/) file system.
    Are you using btrfs?
    Then likely your disk is filled up with snapshots.
    Try to remove some with snapper (or YaST->Snapper).

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    Default Re: Booting Error

    Sorry for delayed reply and I have re installed the OS.Thank You for your replies.

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