I also have the problem, that I cant mount my linux Partition.
This is what I did:
/dev/wd1j /linux/image ext2fs rw 1 2
-- i checked in the disklabel editor, that "j" is the correct letter.
TheBastard# mount /linux/image
mount_ext2fs: /dev/wd1j on /linux/image: Inappropriate file type or
TheBastard# Jan 2 14:24:23 TheBastard /bsd: Wrong magic number: ef53
(expected ef53 for ext2 fs) or wrong revision number: 1 (expected 0 for
Jan 2 14:24:23 TheBastard /bsd: Wrong magic number: ef53 (expected ef53
for ext2 fs) or wrong revision number: 1 (expected 0 for ext2 fs)
Like marcel i would also apreciate some help, as I did it (in my
opinion) according to the INSTALL_LINUX manual.
> I'm trying to mount a Linux partition (ext2fs) but it doesn't work.
> I've enabled the Ext2fs in the kernel and disklabel shows me I have to use
> When I try to mount I'll get this error:
> ftp# mount -t ext2fs /dev/wd1i /mnt/
Perhaps you should try a diffrent mountpoint like "/linux"
> mount_ext2fs: /dev/wd1i on /mnt: Inappropriate file type or format
> Is there any good documentation about mounting linux partitions or does
> anybody knows what I'm doin' wrong?
> Marcel Lemmen