UFS and Linux 2.2.12

UFS and Linux 2.2.12

Post by Bruce W. Bigb » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00

Hi, I'm trying to mount a ufs file system on a Zip disk. After

modprobe ufs

I execute the following,

mount -t ufs /dev/sdb1 /mnt/zipufs

mount keeps saying that the /dev/sdb1 is an invalid block device. What's
going on? Does UFS work under 2.2.12? I formatted this zip disk under
Solaris 2.5.1. The root partition shows up as SunOS root and /dev/sdb3
shows up as Whole disk.

Thanks.  Please respond by e-mail.
Bruce W. Bigby
Do for others what you would want others to do for you.


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