paul at originative.co.uk
Fri Jul 28 00:20:33 BST 2000
Iain M Weir wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 10:06:57 +0100, you wrote:
> >Fogot to mention that this was on my 3.3R system. If you can't mount it with /dev/afd0 as Ben surgests try doing a disklabel on that device to see if it actually has a filesystem on it.
> I can mount disks I just get the messages, it was more the failure of
> "umount" that worried me. Now that Ben has pointed out my mistake, I
> am starting to believe that the messages are normal.
> Unless anybody knows different.
Sounds like you've formatted the disk as a BSD filesystem without
putting an fdisk style partition table on it. That would be perfectly ok
for mounting but the slices wouldn't be setup right.
What does the output of fdisk and disklabel look like?
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