Subject: Re: mounting another partition...
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bernd Ernesti <email@example.com>
Date: 08/27/1995 10:19:25
On Sun Aug 27 02:12:55 1995, nailer wrote:
> Hi, I've just prepared another ex-AmigaOS partition for use with NetBSD :)
> I set it up in hdtoolbox as for the user partition, with plans to mount it as
> /usr/src. All seems well with disklabel... it's partition sd0i:
> So, what am I doing wrong? Is 9 partitions too many? Or have I missed a
> vital and obvious step?
Yes, NetBSD 1.0 can only use 8 NetBSD partitions, so sd0h is the latest one for
NetBSD, but you can exchange sd0i with one ADOS partition and then there is no
problem to use sd0i as an ADOS partition. The limit is only for NetBSD partitions
and not for ADOS partitions.