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  1. #1
    Linux Newbie
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    Nov 2005

    recovering /boot from being rm

    hi just wanted to ask. . i have been given this link :

    regarding recovering (my /boot) which is an ext2 type of fs...

    any one who has done this?

    BTW its my first time to encounter having rm my /boot when i mounted it in a directory
    P4 1.8, 1G DDR ram, 64mb GF2 MX400, 80G WD and 40G Maxtor, ECS mobo. Playing XP,Slack 12.0 and Vector Linux 5.8 GOLD, STD 6.0 Zenwalk 4.6.1, OpenBSD 3.9

  2. #2
    didn't you accidentally delete a load of your /usr directories before?

    alias rm='rm -i' would be a start

  3. #3
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    Feb 2005
    Quote Originally Posted by kern
    alias rm='rm -i' would be a start
    ...and write this quote down at least a hundred times
    registered Linux user #388382

    Have you checked here first?

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