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Date:      Mon, 27 Nov 2000 06:39:57 -0500 (EST)
From:      Chris BeHanna <behanna@zbzoom.net>
To:        Marcos Kleber Sanches Matos <mkleber@adv.oabsp.org.br>
Cc:        freebsd-stable@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: weird situation
Message-ID:  <Pine.BSF.4.21.0011270637160.622-100000@browning.pennasoft.com>
In-Reply-To: <000001c0579c$4eec5640$9669f0c8@terminal>

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On Sun, 26 Nov 2000, Marcos Kleber Sanches Matos wrote:

> well I read the handbook, but isn't there the info I need !!! so let
> me boring you...  I have a hd with 20 MB... the fat is something
> like these now :
> 
> PArtition STATUS Type          System Usage
> C: 1         A          Pri-DOS     FAT 32            5%          <- my boot partition
>     2                     Non-DOS                           23%       <- bsd
>     3                     EXT DOS                          72%        <- files ( win formated )
> 
> to mount the 1 partion is easy ( ...-t msdos... ), the 2 is the bsd
> so there's no problem .. but the 3 I can't mount !!! I've tried
> every way the mount --help indicates !!! ufs nfs... please help me
> because I use to store appz to bsd in these partition, and now I can
> take it to test...

    It will be /dev/ad0s4, /dev/ad0s5, /dev/ad0s6, or /dev/ad0s7, I
think.  If you have given it a reasonable label, then you should be
able to mount it.

    Is it a UFS or an MSDOS filesystem?  Other?

-- 
Chris BeHanna
Software Engineer
behanna@bogus.zbzoom.net   Remove "bogus" before responding.




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