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"1 Boot with another Linux: What do you need: a Live CD/USB Stick, it's better to use a recent distribution, i used for this Ubuntu 11.04 on a USB Stick (1 GB). Once that the live distribution has booted, open a terminal and become root (usually a sudo -i is enough). Also check the internet connection, we could need to download something later.

"2 Mount of your filesystem: Now you have to find the partition where you keep your / and if you use it the /boot. To see the status of your partitions use."

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