able to mount ad0s1, but unable to mount ad0s3!
youshi10 at u.washington.edu
Wed Aug 10 17:17:09 GMT 2005
Jerry McAllister wrote:
>> Well, my FreeBSD reside in ad0s2. While ad0s1 and ad0s3 is for Windows.
>> Both ad0s1 and ad0s3 are NTFS. I can easily mount ad0s1 by typing the
>> following command:
>> mount -t ntfs /dev/ad0s1 /mnt
>> However, when I tried to mount ad0s3 using the same command, it does
>> never work. The error message is just as this:
>> Kenny# mount -t ntfs /dev/ad0s3/ /mnt
>> ntfs: /dev/ad0s3: Invalid argument
> Was /dev/ad0s1 still mounted?
> You would need a different mount point.
> The only other difference I can see is the trailing / in the second one.
That trailing '/' would be the cause of the issue since the nodes for
disk paritions/slices are seen by the FS as flat files in FreeBSD and
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