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SubjectRe: mount -tcoda /dev/cfs0 /mnt no longer works in -test9 and newer?
On Mon, Nov 06, 2000 at 10:35:39AM +0100, Pavel Machek wrote:
> Hi!
> It complains
> coda_read_super: Bad mount data
> coda_read_super: device index: 0
> and will not mount. What do I need to mount coda?
> Pavel

Miklos Szeredi sent a patch to support multiple mountpoints/coda
devices. However, the code falls back on the default device (cfs0)
when the mountdata is incorrect. So the problem must be unrelated
to the "Bad mount data" error message.

The code to mount with the correct mountdata looks like this:

#include <linux/coda.h>

muxfd = open("/dev/cfs0", O_RDWR);

struct coda_mount_data mountdata;
mountdata.version = CODA_MOUNT_VERSION;
mountdata.fd = muxfd

error = mount("coda", "/coda", "coda", MS_MGC_VAL,
(void *)&mountdata);


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