Re: tar block question
I think you can cut some steps
Ter, 2008-09-16 às 10:49 -0700, Bob McGowan escreveu:
> 2. losetup -f
> prints the name of the next available loop device, in my case it
> was /dev/loop0
> 3. losetup /dev/loop0 /path/to/filename
> 4. losetup /dev/loop0
> /dev/loop0: :8032956 (/path/to/filename)
> to confirm things worked as expected
> 5. mkfs -t fstype /dev/loop0
> use other options if desired, such as "-m 1" with ext3 for 1%
> reserved block count instead of 5%.
You sould be able do run mkfs directly on the file without creating a
# mkfs -t ext3 /path/to/filename
mke2fs 1.41.1 (01-Sep-2008)
/path/to/filename is not a block special device.
Proceed anyway? (y,n) y
> 6. mkdir /mnt/diskimg
> or use /media/??? or ...
> 7. mount -t fstype /dev/loop0 /mnt/diskimg
The mount can be done with the loop option using the file as device:
# mount -t fstype -o loop /path/to/filename /mnt/diskimg
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