accidentally rm -fr in root (/) directory
I feel so stupid.
In the root directory (not the homedir of root but the / root) i accidentally typed rm -fr and forgot to type a directory name I wanted to remove. Next moment, before I Know it, important files and dirs where removed.
Now I can't log in anymore (its a miracle my Internet and samba still works). My login screen says this:
<name> login: oops() involked from gpm.c(164) /dev/tty0: No such file or directory
So i'm unable to login again.
Is there any (any!!!!) solution for me besides reinstalling Linux?