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Re: try gpart (was: Ext3 Partition lost)



Well , the answer to my problem was quite easy . After a tip from Dimitris 
Zilaskos from this very mailing list i just added an entry to the partition 
table and the problem was solved .






On Sunday 22 September 2002 14:42, Gregor Zattler wrote:
> Hi Kostas,
>
> * Kostas Sfakiotakis <kostassf cha forthnet gr> [22. Sep. 2002]:
> > I am writting this message because i managed to loose an ext3 partition
> > by responding to a Norton Antivirus Alert .
>
> gpart is a cool tool which *g*esses partition infos.
>
> From README:
>
>    Gpart is a small tool which tries to guess what partitions
>    are on a PC type harddisk in case the primary partition table
>    was damaged.
>
>    Gpart works by scanning through the device (or file) given on
>    the command line on a sector basis. Each guessing module is
>    asked if it thinks a file system it knows about could start at
>    a given sector. Several file system guessing modules are built
>    in, others can be added dynamically.
>
>
> Source:
> http://www.stud.uni-hannover.de/user/76201/gpart/gpart-0.1h.tar.gz
>
> Statically linked Linux binary (265364 Bytes):
> http://www.stud.uni-hannover.de/user/76201/gpart/gpart.linux
>
> Ciao, Gregor

-- 
Kostas Sfakiotakis
UIN : 130206000





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