I wounded my system with fdisk...
I decided to try and increase the size of one of my partitions, and deleted a couple that I don't use that were next to it in preparation to expanding it somehow. hdb6 was full, and hdb7 and hdb8 were empty, so I killed the latter two with fdisk. Unfortunately I didn't think far enough ahead, and now the ( rather important ) hdb9 is hdb7 and my system just keeps blinking at me in dumb amazement that I could be so short-sighted.
I actually boot off of hdc2, but it doesn't get there...although it appears to be trying very hard.
Is there a simple way for me to restore the old partition table, or ( preferably ) explain the new layout to hdc2? I have floppy boot disc, but don't really know how to use it wisely, and I understand that the RedHat9 install CD1 has a repair function...?