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I have a very big problem. I recently had to shift to my cousin's house, and so I took my data hdd with me. My hard disk has ReiserFS FileSystem. My cousin does not have Linux installed, so I can't read from my hard disk. Also, even for me to install Linux, I have to clean my hdd first, as there is no partition free in my cousin's system.
Is there any tool that allows ReiserFS to be read from Windows? If I can get such a tool, I can copy the data and then install Linux in my hdd.
Not totally related to your question, but if you are staying over there and are without Linux you could always download Knoppix 3.3 and run it from the cdrom. It's pretty killer. I just spent a weekend at my parents house and brought it with me. Had every app I could ever want right on the cd and had me running Linux there without disturbing their PC