Using Phlak to rescue a computer

What I did to get data off a laptop before a reinstall of Windows:

Boot PHLAK
‘cat /etc/fstab’ (to find the hard drive)
‘mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1’ (to mount hda1)
open a terminal (the hard drive couldn’t be read by the gftp started via right-click on desktop | Apps | Net | gftp. Probably b/c that started gftp with an unprivilaged user)
‘gftp’
cd the local side to ‘/mnt’
log in to 192.168.1.3, user: local
select ../hda1 on the left side and click the transfer button. Woosh…

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