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Re: have i killed my partitiontable?



In lists.openbsd-misc, you wrote:
> i tried to install openbsd3.2 on my linux-harddisk.
> i added a partition.
> after reboot i used fdisk in linux.
> but i looks not like my "old" partitiontable:
> ---
> [root_(_at_)_al sbin]# fdisk /dev/hdc
> Warning: to many partitions (16, maximum is 8).
> 
> Command(m for help): p
> 
> Harddisk /dev/hdc: 255 Heads, 63 Sektors, 4865 Zylinders
> 
> 16 partitions:
> #       start       end      size     fstype   [fsize bsize   cpg]
>   a:    72070*    77545      5475*    4.2BSD     1024  8192    16
>   c:        1     77545     77545     unused        0     0
> 
> ---
> 
> how can i get my old partitiontable?

I've seen that too - try another fdisk program, for example cfdisk
under Linux. That one ignored the BSD disklabel and showed the real
partition table.

Ciao, Arne.
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