On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 02:17:19PM -0600, William A. Mahaffey III wrote: > On 11/12/12 11:10, Tom Furie wrote: > >Are you able to mount those filesystems as ext2? Any ext3 filesystem > >should be mountable as ext2. > > Tried it: > > [root@opty165a:/etc, Mon Nov 12, 02:12 PM] 802 # mount -t ext3 > /dev/ad6s1 /mnt > mount: /dev/ad6s1 : No such device > > [root@opty165a:/etc, Mon Nov 12, 02:13 PM] 803 # mount -t ext2 > /dev/ad6s1 /mnt > mount: /dev/ad6s1 : No such device Okay, I loaded up debian-kfreebsd in a VM. When I tried the commands you gave above I get the same error. Also if I try '-t ext3fs' I get the same error. However, with '-t ext2fs', everything works as expected. This test, and the fact that there is no reference to ext3 in "man mount", leads me to believe that ext3 is *not* supported in debian-kfreebsd. You should be able to mount the filesystems as ext2, but you will lose the journalling capabilities of ext3. Cheers, Tom -- Do nothing unless you must, and when you must act -- hesitate.
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