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ext3 partition hosed by PMP7 - all superblocks dead?!?

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On Tue, 25 Nov 2003 13:45:54 -0500
"Zachary M. Cerza" <zcerza at> wrote:

> I have a drive with an NTFS partition and an ext3 partition. I
> recently began to run low on space in the ext3 partition. As I had
> plenty of room on the NTFS partition, I (foolishly) used Partition
> Magic 7 Pro to shrink the NTFS and grow the ext3. I found out much
> later (thanks google) that PM7 odesn't support ext3. Too bad the
> program itself didn't warn me. 
PM7 supports ext2. Your ext3 journals will be no good. 

Your booting will be messed up. But, Knoppix can help. 
You can mount your ext3 partition, do a chroot, and rebuild your GRUB
stuff. I'm out the door and don't have time for more.
- -- 
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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