DELL 5150 Crash
mayday at gmx.net
Mon Sep 27 11:32:45 PDT 2004
If you just want to access your files /usr should not be necessary. Of course
basically all tools are on /usr but for plain access it's not necessary. I
just checked my system and rcp for example is in /bin. You could use that to
copy your files off the system.
Yes, you could also use a live CD. Check out www.freesbie.org.
On Monday 27 September 2004 18:17, Ivan Osipkov wrote:
> Sam wrote:
> > Maybe VMWare can boot Freesbie.
> > On Mon, 27 Sep 2004, Ivan Osipkov wrote:
> >> I have DELL 5150 Inspiron with Windows XP on one partition and
> >> FreeBSD-CURRENT on
> >> another. The hardware failed and now I cannot mount /usr. Dell
> >> diagnostics say that
> >> there is unrecoverable data block, which means hard drive has to be
> >> replaced.
> >> My question: is there a Windows tool to access files on BSD partition?
> >> Thanks guys
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> Anything simpler? Would Live CD from FreeBSD work?
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