How is Rescue used?
I am using SuSE 8.1, and recently starting getting a GRUB geom error, which I think means that my /boot is not located in the correct part of the hard drive. Anyway, SuSE comes with a "rescue" system, but I do not understand how this permits me to get back to the original system. I assume that I can somehow mount my /dev/hda again through the rescue system, but how do I get GRUB working again? If there is a way I can just make a boot floppy to avoid the whole boot partition problem, that would be optimal. Any suggestions/clarifications appreciated!
By the way, I have no way of making a boot floppy OTHER than the machine in question (for a variety of reasons) without just finding someone else's computer and doing it, which is a last resort. I notice there is a file called bootdisk present in the tmpfs tree, but I don't know how I turn that into a bootable floppy.