[rescue] UFS and HP9000 questions
mroos at linux.ee
Thu Sep 25 15:23:56 CDT 2003
> read this. I doubt that Linux can read the filesystem either, UFS !=
_IF_ the data is physically readable, try with
mount -t ufs -o ro,ufstype=...
and try different UFS types (quotation from mount manpage):
old Old format of ufs, this is the default, read only. (Don't forget
to give the -r option.)
44bsd For filesystems created by a BSD-like system (NetBSD,FreeBSD,OpenBSD).
sun For filesystems created by SunOS or Solaris on Sparc.
sunx86 For filesystems created by Solaris on x86.
nextstep For filesystems created by NeXTStep (on NeXT station) (currently read only).
nextstep-cd For NextStep CDROMs (block_size == 2048), read-only.
openstep For filesystems created by OpenStep (currently read only). The
same filesystem type is also used by Mac OS X.
Meelis Roos (mroos at linux.ee)
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