On 31 Mar 2000 20:24:41 +0000, mark
shouted forth into the ether:
$ su -Quote:>I have an Amiga hard disk but unfortunately no longer have my Amiga..
>I've heard that Linux can read the Amiga FFS filesystem, but I haven't a
>clue how to.. can Linux read it as standard or do I need to download
>stuff? I'm running Suse 6.2 if that makes any difference.
# cd /usr/src/linux
# make menuconfig
(use the ? key a lot, take a look at "filesystems" and what's under there.
Build the Amiga-FFS pieces as modules.)
# make dep modules modules_install
Now shut the computer down, open it up, and plug in your Amiga disk. Never
having worked with an Amiga, I don't know whether or not you'll need an
adapter or not, but once it's plugged in and the power's back on, you
should be able to access the disk in some fashion. HTH,
Matt G / Dances With Crows \###| Programmers are playwrights
There is no Darkness in Eternity \##| Computers are lousy actors
But only Light too dim for us to see \#| Lusers are vicious drama critics
(Unless, of course, you're working with NT)\| BOFHen burn down theatres.