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Re: linux and openbsd partitions
On Wed, 20 Mar 2002, Olivier Cherrier wrote:
> >However in disklabel -e wd0 I only see the labels I have for
> >the bsd partition, is this the way its meant to be ?
> Yes, it is BSD disklabel. BSD labels are defined in
> your OpenBSD i386 partition.
If he wants to mount the other partitions, they are going to need
disklabel entries. Try -E to see if they show up. If they don't, get a
calculator and some paper. You can manually add them, starting around
'i'. Instead of 4.2BSD, you want ext2fs and MSDOS as filetypes. You can
also use the linux swap by making it type swap.
> >How am I meant to refer to the other partitions when mounting
> >them ? should I be creating labels for them in disklabel as
> >well as having them as partitions ?
How do you suggest he mount the MSDOS partition if it doesn't have a
> Look at: (8)fdisk, (5)fstab, (8)mount and through the
> mailing-list archives.
look at disklabel(8) and disklabel(5)
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