can see partition contents under HOST distro, but under LFSq
Douglas J. Hunley
doug at hunley.homeip.net
Mon Oct 8 16:15:56 PDT 2001
On Monday 08 October 2001 17:50, cll muzh babbled:
> I have had a horrible thought -- also starting with a Suse-7.2 system.
> I used reiser fs for the suse system, and hence when I set up lfs I
> included reiser fs in the lfs kernel and included the reiser fs programmes
> in the lfs installation. With this I could access all the suse partitions.
> Could you be trying to read reiser fs partitions without the tools?
I don't use ReiserFS. This machine is just ext2 for now... (my other machines
are ext3 and this one was going to join them, but not until I figure this one
Douglas J. Hunley (doug at hunley.homeip.net) - Linux User #174778
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