HPFS: Bad Magic
I'm running debian sarge on a box that has two hard disks attached,
and it turns out that my debian disk is seen as (hd1,0),
Also on the SCSI bus is an _old_ 2Gb hard disk that has an OS/2 system
on it, and I'd like to mount this disk to cull some old files from it.
I create a /mnt/os2 mount point and so:
# mount /dev/sda /mnt/os2 -t hpfs
HPFS: Bad Magic ... Probably not HPFS
VFS: Can't find ext2 filesystem on device (sd8,0).
I presume the OS/2 disk device file is sda rather than sda1. Why is
the device interface file sd8 being used?
Any suggestions about how to proceed?
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