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RE: reading D-Unix filesystems in Linux

I tried the same technique with DU 4.5.  I could only get read access,
which in your case should be fine.
i don't have any caveats, but it does work.

-----Original Message-----
From: Alfredo Palace Carvalho [mailto:ajpalace@fc.up.pt]
Sent: Monday, November 22, 1999 9:54 AM
To: debian-alpha@lists.debian.org
Subject: reading D-Unix filesystems in Linux

Hi all,

I have an alpha with digital unix which is currently down in order to
replace a broken graphics board. I need some files which are on the disk
but not on the most recent backup, so I thought of putting the disk
on another alpha which has linux.

can I mount a digital unix filesystem on linux? I think I will need
a kernel with support for BSD disklabel and support for UFS filesystem.
Is that correct? Is there anything else I should know in order to do

thanks in advance


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C      himself.
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      Alfredo Jorge Palace Carvalho <ajpalace@fc.up.pt>

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