Subject: Re: Another NetBSD/Alpha 1.2_ALPHA snapshot (960615) available!
To: Chris G Demetriou <Chris_G_Demetriou@ux2.sp.cs.cmu.edu>
From: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/16/1996 18:40:48
> (One of the reasons I hacked
> this up was so that i could burn a disk image on to a CD-ROM, and have
> it mount temporary file systems for me automatically, so that i could
> edit things, etc. I plan to burn a disk of this image, or one closer
> to 1.2, for myself so that i can more easily install new systems. 8-)
BTW: I wouldn't suggest that anybody try this...
I just looked at NetBSD's SCSI CD-ROM driver, and it looks like it
doesn't even try to understand anything other than a whole-ROM ISO-9660
partition. It doesn't even bother trying to read a native disklabel
off the drive. grr.
this doesn't match with my experience. i've mounted separate
partitions from a sunos cdrom (4.2 ufs format), under netbsd/sparc.