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Old 11th October 2009, 11:34 PM
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could not find the file system drv/root...?

hey all, well i was messing with the Gparted live disk and i deleted a small partition of about 6 megs (yes megs). trying to be efficient doing some cleanup of course. but when i rebooted my Fedora 10 i get the black screen saying," could not find the file system. /dev/root". ok, i am useing the fedora 10 live cd now. can i copy that file to my hard drive from the cd? or do i need to reinstall Fedora? thx
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Old 11th October 2009, 11:37 PM
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sorry i had drv/root in the thread title.....it's /dev/root
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