BusyBox combines common UNIX utilities into a single, small executable, providing a fairly complete environment for any small or embedded operating system. It supports most of the utilities usually found in GNU fileutils, shellutils, etc. BusyBox commands generally have fewer options than their ...

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New install Ubuntu 10.10 Server, won't boot. “ls /dev/disk/by-uuid” generates Bus Error

I installed Ubuntu 10.10 Server on a very old computer (bought it in 2002), but it won't boot. It tells me it can't find the root mount volume by it's UUID and also gives me the follwing type of ...
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How to easily find disk usage culprits in busybox or any other limited linux distro?

That is, if it's even possible. Is it? This is following from a very similar du question, I figured trying to sort it somehow could be a way, but maybe there are other ideas out there! I'm actually ...