Re: Rescue CD wanted: 2.6.10, SATA and XFS
Thanks for all the responses. I am still too lazy to change my root
fs, so it will stay XFS for a while. I did not download Knoppix
either, it is just to big for my connection.
But I did find INSERT, the Inside Security Rescue Toolkit
(http://www.inside-security.de/insert.html). In contrast to all the
other rescue CDs I found, this one has a recent kernel (2.6.11), and
therefore worked on my computer. Maybe someone else will find it
On 6/10/05, Thomas Steffen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> it seems I have to repair my XFS filesystem manually (recovery fails).
> Can anyone recommend a rescue CD with at least kernel 2.6.10 (needed
> for my SATA controller) and XFS support? A debian install CD would
> work, if it had kernel 2.6.10 on it... Is there something like that
> out there?
> Thinking about it, I actually need neither AMD64 nor XFS support in
> the kernel (xfs_check does all that). I would use knoppix, but last
> time I tried it had no SATA support at all.