Can't boot Linux because ext2fs partition is full
This is peculiar situation. I did a mistake when running a linux program which creates backup mirrors on partitions. This program tried to create a mirror of my partition containing my Windows XP. The mistake was I instructed the program to save the mirror files on the Linux partition. The program created six files at 2 Gb each, total 12 Gb. After this the Linux partition was full and the program halted because of this.
Now I can't boot up Linux. During boot up, just before logging into gnome, a message appear saying gnome can't start because the disk is full.
How do I delete the six 2 Gb files?
Can I delete them from whithin Windows XP?
Is there some Windows software allowing me to delete files on Linux partitions?
I have the Windows program Exlore2fs installed, but it can't delete files. Only view them or copy them to Windows.