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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] bsd disklabel detection
    Thanks for the patch!
    I wondered about

    > -#define BSDI_PARTITION 0xb7 /* BSDI Partition ID */
    > +#define BSDI_PARTITION 0x9f /* BSDI Partition ID */

    You write:

    > The first patch is fairly trivial: it changes the value for the unused
    > BSDI_PARTITION flag (which was wrong: I have BSDI 2.1 and 4.1 here, and
    > both of them failed to see their own partitions after changing their flag
    > to 0xb7).

    but the use of 0xb7 and 0xb8 for BSDI seems well established.
    Is going to 0x9f a recent change? Or are these different systems?
    Does the BSDI fdisk have a list of types built-in?

    For the time being I suppose we should accept both 0xb7 and 0x9f.


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