On 12/22/05, gsc.news(a)online.de <gsc.news(a)online.de> wrote:
>On Thu, 2005-12-22 at 07:24 +0100, "Dr. Günter Schmidt" wrote:
>> I have a multi boot system with FC5-TEST, FC3, RH9 and Centos4 (RHEL4
>> The /boot and /home are common to all OS's. Since I installed FC5 I can
>> not access anymore
>> the common partitions if I boot into the older systems.
>> Is there any solution to that problem.
>Could it be SELinux tagging? Using SELinux on the file system then
>booting to an older distro that doesn't have SELinux enabled?
This may be possible for RH9 but not Cento4, there is SELinux enabled too.
I tried to disable SELinux and convert the partions back to ext2 but the message
during boot is still the same:
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/hda2
(which is my boot partition).
Please have a look at my bug report #174618 in Bugzilla. Looks as if
you have a similar problem.