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Old 03-24-2004, 02:44 AM   #1
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Suse 9.0 Rescue

I am a long suffering MS user who after years of proding by me older bro have gone totally linux, suse 9.0 to be exact.
The Dell Inspirion I slaved over to tune up w/linux (well - watched my bro do it via command line for a couple hours...) has booted to "primary disk not found". The suse cd gets me into rescue mode, from there I am totally clueless, could you post the command lines I should type in to rescue the configuration?

Mahalo and aloha,

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Since Jailbait is providing help for you with this in another thread, I am closing this one down. If you need to discuss this, please email myself or the site admin.

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