Subject: Re: is APPLE_UFS + FFS_EI enough to mount an Apple UFS on NetBSD/i386?
To: Mark Davies <email@example.com>
From: Jeff Rizzo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/04/2005 13:31:23
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Mark Davies wrote:
>On Saturday 05 March 2005 09:12, Jeff Rizzo wrote:
>>I've got a USB flash disk with an Apple UFS (formatted under MacOS
>>10.3.8) on it, that I'd like to be able to use under NetBSD/i386 - I
>>recompiled my kernel with "options FFS_EI" and "options APPLE_UFS", but
>>things don't quite work:
>>This is a NetBSD/i386 2.99.14 system - is there anything else I'm
>>missing? Has anyone gotten this to work? Should I send-pr?
>See PR 26823. I applied the second of Michael Hitch's patches, along with
>options FFS_EI and options APPLE_UFS and it allowed me to mount an Apple UFS
>filesystem on a NetBSD/i386 2.99.10 system.
Yep, that works for me, too... I'd previously gotten other-endian FSes
working (read an alpha disk on macppc) so I assumed this was an apple
ufs specific thing.
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