I'm STUPID... Sorry for the uppercase, but I'm really. Look what I did:
When I still worked under root I made a dir in my user's home dir, so I always needed to acces it via su. But today I realized that it's not cool to be under su every time so I red through the permission's file on tuXfiles.org. Then I did the command
NOO!!!! Typing super fast is accidently pressed the slash, which ruined my linux setup. I watched as everything smoothly crashed. The worst thing was that I couldn't launch another terminal, so I tryed everything to crash my X-server, but I failed. Reboot didn't work: I get al sort of complains about permissions....Code:chmod 700 /*
Well, I have got a knoppix live CD...
I was able to mount my linux boot partitition, but it failed when trying to mount my 'user' partitition.
4. gfs (but it said that the kernel didn't support it)
How can I regain acces to my /dev/hda3??
Eager for help :'(
Things I'm thinking of are e.g. getting acces via Windoze, or being informed about Fedora's file system (oh yeah my distro is Fedora Core 4)...