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    On December 13, 2001 01:28, Hans Reiser wrote:
    > >It'd probably be pretty easy to make a boot disk using a hacked version of
    > >ReiserFS that refuses to replay the journal, by adding a "return 0;" near
    > > the top of journal_read(struct super_block *) in journal.c. However, you
    > > might feel more comfortable sending it off for data recovery than testing
    > > kernel hacks on it ;)

    > why not just edit the source code directly and recompile?

    Just curious, but how would editing the source and recompiling be any
    different from what I suggested?

    -Ryan
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