Subject: Re: LOOK OUT!
To: None <>
From: matthew green <>
List: current-users
Date: 11/07/1995 22:37:26
   >New mount/mount_ffs will not work with older kernels, and old mount* will 
   >not work with new kernels.
   What do new and old mean in this context?

old is before the recent changes to finish the move to FFS from UFS
(changes to parts of the kernel, mount* programs, fsck, etc, and
sys/mount.h).  new is after that change.