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Date:      Wed, 03 Jan 1996 15:37:11 -0800
From:      Scott Blachowicz <>
To:        Terry Lambert <>
Subject:   Re: Can FreeBSD be visible from Win95? 
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: Your message of "Wed, 03 Jan 1996 15:53:51 -0700." <> 

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Terry Lambert <> wrote:

> I was repeating someone else.

Seems that's a lot of my job...learning things so I can repeat them to
others. :-))

> When this happens (if it happens), you will get clusters of the expected
> cluster size written out to the expected disk locations, which will be
> off the end of the disk for the calculated count vs. the empirical size.
> This will have the effect of corrupting the partition following the
> DOS partition in the expected cluster locations as if it had been
> written by DOS on a larger partition.

Do those "clusters" get written out even when the msdosfs slice is mounted
read-only?  I was getting corruption even in that case.  If it'd be
useful, I could repeat my testing.

My setup has changed from 2.0.5-RELEASE to 2.1.0-RELEASE recently.  Boy
was that wasy easy! Just upgraded from 2.0.5 to 2.1.0 lickety split.  Only
problem I've seen so far is that my modem keeps getting into a weird state
with an unusual set of lights left on and getty keeping the port grabbed.
Haven't gotten around to tracking THAT problem down (could've been some
MS-stuff software that I installed that possibly managed to trash some
modem settings in its online registration process? I don't know yet).
Hmmm...maybe I'll have to go peruse the handbook to find dialin/out modem
setup hints that I missed.  So much little time... ramble...

At any rate, I'd be willing to test out any candidate fixes (provided I
have enough time to get a good system backup done :-)).

Scott Blachowicz    Ph: 206/283-8802x240    StatSci, a div of MathSoft, Inc.
                                            1700 Westlake Ave N #500                           Seattle, WA USA   98109

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