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  1. #11
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    you can use fdisk /dev/hda ---t to change the partition system ID (you need 83)---w to save to disk.

  2. #12
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    Thanks. I'll check this, but probably I've already done something that solved that part already, with "testdisk" I think, which is already installed in the live version I have (kurumin). The boot didn't run totally well, I ended being asked for the root password "for maintenance", but at least GRUB recognized the partition correctly, or correctly enough.

    I'll keep trying to fix the current installation just for the sake of learning, as long as I don't get totally tired, but I'm going to reinstall everything anyway.

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