> I have a root disk that was created with rawrite. It is the color.gz
> image. I would like to mount the root disk and make some modifications
> to the disk (adding nfs server capability).
> I have tried mounting with various file system types and have had no
I believe it's a compressed ext2 filesystem, so something
like this should do it:
mount -o loop color /mnt
... make changes ...
dd if=color.gz of=/dev/fd0
If you don't have loopback fs enabled, you'll have to copy it to ramdisk.
Quote:> So, how can I mount it to make these modifications, or the bigger
> question, how can I easily add nfs server capability to the basic
> boot/root disk combination.
If you specifically want the (Slackware?) color.gz root, that may be the
only way. If you just want a rescue disk with nfs capability, try