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SubjectRe: ufs on linux question/problem


On Tue, 3 Jul 2001, Admin Mailing Lists wrote:

>
> Trying to mount a solaris x86 drive under linux.
> kernel 2.4.5, ufs support and x86 partition support compiled in (no
> module)
> On boot, linux recognizes the drive, but shows no solaris partitions on
> it.
> Below, linux drive is hda, solaris is hdb.

You need support of Solaris disklabels. And UFS patches that are in
-ac. Then you can get more or less safe r/o mounts. r/w is hopeless
at that stage.

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