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Mounting ext3 in Darwin

Gday again,

I am in some desperate need of help. I've been looking on the net for a 
solution, but to no avail. If anyone can point me in the direction of a link, 
it'd be much appreciated.

Basically, I have somehow managed to screw up my debian partition 
beyond "easy" repair. It has no network access, therefore I can't apt-get 
install the packages I need to make it work.

I don't really "need" that partition anymore as I was about to start from 
scratch anyway. I only need to copy a few hundred meg worth of files off 
that partition. But I can't for the life of me figure out a way?

I'm using a TiBook, so no floppy. Bugger all packages installed, so no cd 
writing access. No network access to back them up onto another server.

If I could just mount that ext3 partition from my OS X partition all would be 

Any ideas?


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