I had a dual boot system with Windows 8.1 and OpenSuse 13.1 and was really enjoying learning the command line and using Windows less and less. Then a couple of weeks ago I booted into Windows and it shutdown saying it was installing Windows 10. The Windows 10 installation worked, but now when I try boot into my OpenSuse, it tries, but after a couple of minutes boots to emergency mode. I don’t really have a clue how to fix this or if it’s even possible to fix, but would be really greatful if someone could give me advice?
Here’s some additional info:
The dual boot menu still appears at the start
Grub 0.97 seems to be installed, but not Grub2
I suspect it’s something to do with the disk partitions. I dont’ really know what I’m doing but I ran some commands like fdisk -l, mount and parted and looked at the fstab file. I’m not too sure what the output means but have attached screenshots. I suspect that partition 6 should be my / dir and partition 7 should be my /home, but they’re showing up as Microsoft filesystmes. It’s like the Windows files have been mounted where they shouldn’t be.
Hoping someone can help me so I’m not stuck with Windows again.
Thanks a lot