>Subject: Incorrect Super Block
>Date: Thu, 05 Feb 1998 21:51:17 -0800
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>What does "Incorrect Super Block" mean when I try to mount my floppy
>I am mounting it by typing:
> mount /dev/fd0 /floppy
>(I made a directory called /floppy in the root) is this the right way
>of mounting a floppy drive and what does "Incorrect Super Block" mean?
To keep the directory structure clean it is common to make the /floppy
directory in /mnt (ie. /mnt/floppy), but that is really only cosmetic.
What you should do is probably 'mount_msdos /dev/fd0 /mnt/floppy'.
While you can have a BSD filesystem on a floppy it is not very practical.
Incorrect super block in this case means that it has not found it - natural
enough since your diskette is most likely in msdos format, and msdos have no
superblock but the FAT structure instead..
Hope this is of some help
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