> Ok, if you want your fs back, correct way is to download latest preversion of
> reiserfsprogs (reiserfsprogs-3.x.1c-pre4 for now) from namesys.com ftp site,
> build it somewhere, boot off rescue media of some kind, and then run
> reiserfsck with --rebuild-tree argument (and a path to your partition of
Sorry to bother you, but are you sure you spelled it correctly? The
latest I could find was 3.x.1c-pre3 on the namesys ftp server.
I have the same problem on a machine (made worse by the fact that the
filesystem was a RAID0 partition).
I keep getting "wrong superblock", even after I told reiserfsck to
rebuild the superblock.
I won't pretend I know much about filesystems, so - is my situation
hopeless? (meaning, does RAID mess things up even worse?) Am I doing
something wrong? Is there a difference between -pre3 and -pre4 which
might change the response of --rebuild-tree?
Thanks for any help
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