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SubjectRe: UFS filesystem?

> machine. DEC claims to use UFS as their native filesystem, but all
> attempts to mount those cartridges on my Linux machine have failed.

Well to start with the Linux 2.0 UFS stuff isnt very finished. The
second item that might be trying to bite you is that I would expect
the catridge will also have OSF mach disk labels rather than PC partiton
or BSD disklabels on it

> What am I missing about the UFS filesystem support under Linux, or, for
> that matter, what am I misunderstanding about UFS in general? Is it
> really not a 'standard'?

UFS is a set of 'standards'. For moving stuff between systems I've yet
to find anything that beats tar to the disk raw


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