Rescuing Linux Systems
Linux Planet talks about
rescuing Linux systems.
"The true twilight zone for system administrators occurs when an otherwise useful system is unbootable due to disk corruption or accidental system misconfiguration--your data is just a few inches away, but is inaccessible for one reason or another. The easiest solution to this sort of problem is a bootable disk known as a "rescue disk," located on removable media such as a floppy disk or CD."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Jul 9, 2002 )
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