FreeBSD 8 GPT install, how?
killing at multiplay.co.uk
Tue Dec 8 22:28:28 UTC 2009
----- Original Message -----
From: <nickolasbug at gmail.com>
> 2009/12/8 Steven Hartland <killing at multiplay.co.uk>:
>> Thanks to all those who responded the missing piece of data was indeed
>> you MUST use the DVD, the CD which mentioned in several places simply
>> doesn't work as it doesn't have the required files.
>> It also still shocks me that the emergency holographic shell still
>> doesn't have mount_ufs which pretty much makes it useless :(
> Use "mount" (not mount_ufs). It mounts UFS by default.
> If you wanna use another FS, you should load kernel module - use
> kldload with full path to kernel module.
> For example, if you wanna load ext2fs module, type
> kldload /dist/boot/kernel/ext2fs.ko
> mount -t ext2fs <device> <mountpoint>
Pure mount doesn't exist either only mount_nfs, hell doesn't even have ls
you have to use echo *, I know this is for use in emergencies but it still
could do with being useable, but that's another thread.
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