/dev/hda2 is a filessytem on your hard drive. (hd) means that it is a hard disk. (a) means that it is the primary IDE channel, primary (not slave) device. (2) means that it is the second partition on that drive.
Linux systems are servers, and by convention, servers partition the hard drives to protect them. The simple answer is that your second partition is in trouble -- either bad data, physical errors that sort of thing.
If you are in a hurry, I would go to the store, get a different hard drive, and re-install. We do not know if you have physical damage or not, and I am thinking you are brand new to linux.
If you have some more time, try to load linux in "safe mode" or as we call it, single user mode. Not having deep SUSE experience, I do not know if you have those options, or how to get them. In RedHat, at the GRUB screen, we type in an "a" and then add the word "single" to the boot command line.
If you can get to a prompt, you can try running fsck to repair the volume. "fsck /dev/hda2" in your case. You might need to put other qualifiers in there -- might want to "man fsck" first.
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