[lists] Extended msdos partition
Remo.Lacho at verizon.net
Sun Feb 27 01:43:36 GMT 2005
On 2/27/2005 at 12:41 AM Jan Sebosik wrote:
>I was user of NetBSD (and a bit of slackware linux) before I moved to
>Free one (becouse I wanted nvidia 3D acc).
>I have 80GB disk sliced (partitioned) into smaller pieces. Slice scheme
>is like that :
>slice1: 7GB FFS (FreeBSD :)
>slice2: Extended Partition which contains:
> slice1 in "slice2" : 60GB fat32
> slice2 in "slice2" : Extended Partition (and in this
>"extneded" slice is another 3GB fat32 slice)
> slice1 inside slice2 of slice2: 3gb Fat32
>This partiton scheme created Pastiton Magik 8.
>My question: How to mount the 60 GB fat32 part. ?
>I know about disklabel, and fdisk. But in FreeBSD it works somehow
>I`ve klkload-ed msdosfs module, tried disklabel on /dev/ad0s2 (which
>damaged my partition table), but it still something about that it cannot
>mount partition (yeh, mount point e.g. /mnt/c exists :-\ ). Is freebsd
>so different against Linux, or NetBSD?
Try "mount_msdosfs /dev/ad0s5 /[mount_point]".
Or perhaps "mount_msdosfs /dev/ad0s6 /[mount_point]".
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