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Old 03-06-2010, 02:57 AM   #1
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How to use Linux Rescue Disk?


Hello Guys,

I have always faced issue using the rescue disk in linux.
Whenever there is a kernel panic error or soemthing gets missing, I always have no clue though I am good in Server setup and application support.

Guys, I need your help. Any tutorials which talks about what power does rescue disk has?
 
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Basically, it's what it say on the tin. You have basic commands, and you can fsck and mount your disks. Recover files or partitions. edit your bootup stuff. Check your logs, etc.
 
  


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