Subject: Re: install/23198: sysinst disallows "Apple UFS" for /
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Laight <email@example.com>
Date: 10/19/2003 22:03:55
> >Synopsis: sysinst disallows "Apple UFS" for /
> Sysinst disallows assigning a mount point to any file system
> type other than 4.2BSD and msdos. This prevents using an
> already-made Apple UFS as the root file system.
Even if it let you add a mount point, it won't mount it!
(it only uses the info to splat over /etc/fstab)
Actually I think newfs will generate a valid Apple UFS filesystem
(given suitable parameters), so maybe it ought to be in the PI_ISBSDFS list!
Actually here, sysinst could do with 'dirty' filesystems failing to mount
so that it can then fsck them. Could do with it being a specific error
David Laight: firstname.lastname@example.org