On Mon, 2002-03-11 at 15:56, Niall Brady wrote:
> On 11 Mar 2002 15:02:58 GMT, Glen Gray said:
> >If you have a RH7.2 boot CD you could type "linux rescue" at the prompt.
> >The installer will then find and mount your partitions and dropt to a
> >shell. Then chroot and run grub. Then tell it where root is and to setup
> >the drive.
>> ah, the glorious redhat "rescue" mode. I could tell a story about
> how it once got into the habit of mounting the CD-ROM over the /
>> But I won't. 'cos it blows.
Perhaps in a previous incarnation it did. But it's saved me several time
from my own stupidity.
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