Problems getting Linux running after partition shuffle
A little while ago I had to reinstall SuSE 8.2 after royally screwing something up, so I ended up with two partitions on hdb.. hdb3, my old Linux system, and hdb4, my new one. I recovered as much data as I could from hdb3, then today I deleted it. However, when I deleted it the partitions got shuffled, so my 'new' Linux system is now hdb2, and now it won't start properly. I think I've got grub.conf and menu.lst modified appropriately, but whenever I try to do a 'grub-install /dev/hda', I get something about it not reading /boot/grub/stage1 correctly, which seems odd because the file is right where it should be. I've managed to get Windows running fine through the GRUB prompt (chainloader (hd0,0)+1), but when I try to run Linux via the prompt I get complaints from fsck, which is looking for hdb4 and, of course, failing to find a reiserfs filesystem there, so instead of loading KDE it dumps me into a prompt.