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Old 02-12-2005, 05:49 AM   #1
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resore mount e2fsck

After partitioning hard drive I can no longer boot Suse 9.1.
It cannot find root partitition and says file system damaged .
Also no mount point.But Suse is still there on partition.
Yast suuggesting using e2fsck to repair file system.
Can anyone offer guidance rather than going for re-installing?


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