Subject: Re: NetBSD/Mac68k and X11 Windows
To: David Holcomb <>
From: Dave Slotter <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 09/15/1994 16:28:44
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>Not at all.  But you can mount an A/UX filesystem read-only
>just fine.  But you won't be able to build X11 under A/UX
>and expect it to run under MacBSD by copying it over.  You'll
>get a warning, something like, "Incompatible binary format."
>(or maybe it's "Unrecognized"?)

It's interesting to see that you can do this, but can you do the reverse,
i.e. mount the BSD file system (read only or read/write) on A/UX? I've
tried to do this with A/UX 3.0.2 and was unsuccessful. Am I doing something
wrong or is this really not possible?


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