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Re: Kernel panic



You may actually be able to use gparted to re-create the partitions
without destroying the data:

http://gparted.sourceforge.net/

- Josh

Manuel Arostegui Ramirez wrote:
> El Sábado, 19 de Agosto de 2006 12:02, santhosh escribió:
>   
>> Hello,
>>
>> I am also facing same kind of problem
>>
>> I was looking into mail archives where I found this conversation
>>
>> In my system also the same issue Kernel panic : No init found
>>
>> not able to do with rescue, and I need the data to be restored
>> and was able to show the filesystem n partitions
>>
>> but in my case I am using Redhat 9 version
>>
>> If you have got the solution let me know
>>
>>
>> Thanks & Regards,
>> Suddavanda
>>     
>
>
> I think I have already answer you ;-)
>
> You should use a Live CD, Knoppix, for instance and mount your data 
> partitions, after that you can package all your that with tar -cvf or use dd 
> to clone partition to another disk (do not use dd if you are not used to work 
> with it)
> But, if your disk is damaged, there's no way to recover your data (unless you 
> want to pay some corporation to restore your data).
>
> As a said on the other mail, if the partition table is corrupt your only 
> choice is going to be to attempt a re-install.
>
>   


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