I screwed up and cannot boot
I moved some partitions around and now cannot boot Debian.
Previously, I had three partitions dedicated to Mandrake (/dev/hda6-8), but
deleted them so I could move my Debian partitions (/dev/hda9-13) to the old
First, I changed /etc/fstab in Debian to reflect the new changes; then
changed /etc/lilo.conf to reflect the new changes. Then I dumped my kernel
onto a disk, rebooted into Windows and ran Partition Magic. I deleted the
Mandrake partitions and then moved the Debian partitions into their new homes.
But now I cannot boot. I put in the boot disk I made, but I get kernel
panic messages. I've tried booting with the Slink CD I've got, and passing
boot: Linux single root=/dev/hda6 initd= but that gets me to the point of
"you've got bad superblocks."
Is there any hope? I didn't back up my home directory.
Thanks for any support.