Re: kpartx: does not handle Atari partition map
you can use loop module with max_part parameters.
For instance "max_part=15" allows you to manage a disk image with 15
partitions. If loop is not a module, you must start kernel with
losetup -f my_disk.img
and for instance:
mount /dev/loop0p1 /mnt
Le samedi 07 juillet 2012 à 22:23 +0000, Thorsten Glaser a écrit :
> Package: kpartx
> Version: 0.4.9-3
> when creating a hdd image, losetup'ing it to /dev/loop0 and then
> creating partitions on it with atari-fdisk, kpartx -l -v /dev/loop0
> doesn't show any partitions recognised.
> On i386, with MBR partition tables, this works.
> Cc'ing the porter list where I just happen to know the Linux kernel
> guys also hang out ;)
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> with his deeply perverted taste in software and borked ambition towards
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