Mount a second fs with DOS

Mount a second fs with DOS

Post by Thomas R » Tue, 25 Nov 1997 04:00:00



How can i mount a second HD with a DOS partiton ?

Can i mount a third partition, too ?

When i use /dev/0sC SCO takes the first DOS (C:) partition, it's ok.
But /dev/1sC should be D: , but SCO takes C: (same as /0sC)
It can not mount /dev/0sD.

Please help, Thomas

 
 
 

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