Hi to everyone
First of all, sorry for my english.
After editing the /etc/fstab archive to add a few lines to mount a FAT32 partition, my pcbsd 7.1.1 doesnt boot anymore
The partition table of my 160 gb hdd is as it follows:
sda1 = 50gb = ntfs (windows xp)
sda2 = 20gb = ufs2 (pcbsd 7.1.1)
sda3 = 15gb = ext4 (ubuntu 9.04)
sda4 = extended
sda5 = 15gb = ext4 (ubuntu 9.04 home)
sda6 = 40gb = fat32 (shared documents among the 3 OS)
sda7 = 3gb = linux swap
This is the guide I followed to edit the fstsab archive:
Now i cant boot to pcbsd even in safe mode, single user mode etc...
I can mount my pcbsd partition from ubuntu, but as a read only partition :? , so I cant do anything with it :cry: .
I would like to know which options do I have to repair my pcbsd boot... :?: If there is something that I could do from the pcbsd CDs (from the repair/update
option) :?: ...or if theres is any kind of freeBSD live-CD that I could use to mount my pcbsd partition and write in it... :roll: or if I can get to any command line or something to repair the fstab from it...
I will be very gratefull for any help...