Ian McDonald wrote:
It's trying to mount the filesystem as ext3 so go
into the file
/etc/fstab and change references of ext3 to ext2 and try again.
Once you've got this sorted have a look at gparted as this can resize
ext3 filesystems just fine and also comes in a boot cd:
Thanks for replying, Ian.
After posting, I reversed in Knoppix all that I'd done to my hdb2 and my
fstab and could boot up successfully in Fedora again.
Given your alerting me to gparted, I've downloaded it and will now try
my resizing with it instead.