>I would be interested in the OP trying it out and telling us if it
>worked or not…
Well, it not worked but i managed out to get back to the normality. I’m a n00b in Linux right now so i dont know if i did wrong or it just dont work. I boot into a live USB with PartedMagic inside then i did this things:
1-> I tryed to “bind --mount” but i dont know if i cant do it though live usb or if there is a problem. Here in suse i have this folders/partitions:
||<- the root
||<- home where i want to make the link (its a diferent partition dev/sda7)
I think this is only though the actual file system so it should not work trough live usb. Im right ?
so i did this:
bind --mount /media/dev/sda6/usr/share /media/dev/sda7/bind_mount_root_usr/share
bind --mount /media/dev/sda6/usr/lib /media/dev/sda7/bind_mount_root_usr/lib
bind --mount /media/dev/sda6/usr/lib64 /media/dev/sda7/bind_mount_root_usr/lib64
EDIT: Note that /media/dev/sda6/ was the path from the live usb console.
Then i opened the file manager and i tested that it works, it did. So in that moment I restarted the computer and the icon of openSUSE appeared and started to make the image of the chameleon more clear, in that moment said to my self: “Ok, im a pro and this will works :D”. Then the image stop getting clear and the light of block mayus started to flash. I did ctr+alt+F1 but it dint work, shut down button did not work either so i had to shut the power input off.
Then i executed the live USB again and I noticed that the mount dont work this time, so I started thinking that im nub and it only work in the same system.
So then i tried the symlink, because is a link to a path and does not matter which is the path. So this time i did:
ln -s /media/dev/sda6/usr/share /home/bind_mount_root_usr/share
ln -s /media/dev/sda6/usr/lib /home/bind_mount_root_usr/lib
ln -s /media/dev/sda6/usr/lib64 /home/bind_mount_root_usr/lib64
Three new files appeared, so it (i though) was ok but I restarted the computer and had the same problem.
I dont know if it is a problem of trying it with lib, or if I dont have to do that with a live usb or what happen. I appreciate if you teach me.