Linux can't boot because of bad fs?
OK, I just switched to Linux and I was planning on using it primarily. So what I did, was I used PartitionMagic to resize my Windows partition and I reformatted the empty space as Linux ext2, and I edited my /etc/fstab. The problem is, that now Linux won't recognize my new partition. I tried to boot it, but it tells me that /dev/hda5 has a bad magic number and superblock or something. It then boots into a rescue shell, but nothing works. I tried running vi to fix it, and it told me that vi command not found. Same with ls, man, and a bunch of others. I have a rescue disk, is that all I need? Thanks in advance.