Subject: Re: Mac partition corruption
To: None <>
From: Allen `Tell me three times' Briggs <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 08/04/1994 20:47:22
> Ok I have an 80 Meg Hard drive and I have it partitioned 50 meg to
> NetBSD and 30 to MacOS. When ever I boot NetBSD and then quit it ends up
> destroying the Mac partition. It corrupts it MAJORLY! When I run disk
> fix to try and repair it I can get it repaired enough to mount it but
> the files on it are all destroyed.  Is there a file in NetBSD I need to
> configure or is there a certain way I should power down NetBSD to keep
> this from happening?

I've *never* seen this happen.  What tool are you using to partition the
drive?  Do you have a swap partition?  How are the partitions laid out
on the drive?


Allen Briggs - end killing - ** MacBSD == NetBSD/Mac **
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=== want to care. Under the bridge. Over the phone. Wind on the Water.  ===