Bruce - Can you boot from the boot disk you made during install? (I guess probably not). If you can, e2fsck all your mount points. If nothing will boot, get a copy of 'tomsrtbt' off the net using another box. Build a rescue floppy with that, boot it and use it to e2fsck the file systems. I think you can even make a 'tomsrtbt' rescue disk on a Win box. Good Luck, and keep us informed of your progress/solution. Regards, Guy (And just as a last thought - you did not recable HD's in that box did you?)
Yes, you can build a "tomsbtrt" recovery diskette under Linux OR Windows. And the process is so easy even a brain-dead twerp like myself can do it. Used one just the other day to get access to a hard drive that the Linux 2.4 kernel wouldn't pick up on (tomsbtrt is a 2.2).
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How to build a "tomsbtrt" recovery diskette under Linux OR Windows? I have used windows help and did not find out how. Thanks Bruce