On Thu, Dec 22, 2005 at 04:43:46AM -0800, Hale India wrote: > > Hi > I tried to see my data from knoppix, but for what I remember knoppiux > does not support LVM. It does as I have used knoppix LVM support several times. http://www.justfuckinggoogleit.com/search?q=knoppix+lvm > From your links I found > http://dcs.nac.uci.edu/~strombrg/EXT3-filesystem-recovery-in-LVM2.html > Which seems to give some tricks. I don't know if this is capable to > work. There is plenty of good information there. > But it seems that LVM project does not take care about that and I find > very bad for such a project to give no exit way for such a problem. I agree that people who aren't willing to do any research or diagnostic work when they have a failure caused by their broken hardware should not use LVM or Linux, or computers. > It should have some recovery guide documentation in the project. I would rather they continued developing the software as opposed to paying people to write documentation covering every possible outcome of hardware problems which users still will not read.
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