>I have a GNU Hurd Partition containing SCO Open Server 5.02 on my hard disk
>and I would like to mount it ...what do I specify it as in mount
>command.(Like vfat for a windows drive)
there is also the ownership label which is supposedly set to Hurd).
You most probably could be able to mount it the same way as any Linux
mount -t ext2 ... ... (or even without -t ext2 option).
The word of warning, though: DO NOT try to fsck Hurd's filesystem
from Linux. There is some incompatibility involved..
PS. For those wondering what Hurd is (like myself), there is a link
with the snapshot of the Hurd filesystem...
You'd also need a boot floppy (with GRUB); search the net.
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