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Old 10-28-2001, 03:01 PM   #1
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hd rescue

Thanks in advance for helping me.
I crashed the system with win98 and linux RH7.1
After partitioning with presizer,at first i booted win with a prog. named Grub.Doing rescue with the
cd RH and doing the cmd fdisk -l
it gives to me hda1 fat32,hda5 extended,hda3 fat32,hda6 swap,hda7 linux native,then irun the command e2fsck -f -y /dev/hda7,after that i made a
test's directory and mount -t ext2 /dev/hda7 /test
for searching the /etc/lilo.conf,but i've found
halt lost+found usr than i run the ls under lost+found but it gave me that line
state of # 48298 failed:value too large for defined that data type
What does it means?I've read all the rescue in the threads but nothing is working.


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