Befor i upgraded my disklayout looked like this
hde1 -- Windows Millenium (For games)
hde2 -- Linux Swap (128Mb at the end of the disk)
hde3 -- Ext3 root filesystem
After i upgraded to WindowsXP it has rewritten the partition table to the following
hde1 -- Windows XP (for games)
hde2 -- Ext3 root filesystem
hde3 -- Linux Swap
Then i thought I could just boot linux with lilo and use the "linux root=/dev/hde2"
This will make it boot, but it will panic saying it cannot mount a reiserfs filesystem at device xx.x . I have reiserfs support in my kernel but are not using it at the moment.
(The big question) Can I modify the partition table to "switch" my root & swap back to normal?
With the best regards