Subject: Re: Quick silly Multia question....
To: David Woyciesjes <DAW@yalepress3.unipress.yale.edu>
From: Berndt Josef Wulf <email@example.com>
Date: 12/08/2000 13:37:41
David Woyciesjes wrote
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> I looked through the archive for this answer, but I didn't find it...
> Here's the Q---
> Once I load NetBSD 1.4.3 on the SCSI drive hooked up to my Multia,
> will it automagically mount the IDE drive? Or do I have to put the mount
> command in rc.local? And is this the same or different under 1.5? I'll also
> have to look through the man pages, to find out how to reformat the IDE
> drive for NetBSD, too. Or can someone point me to an easier how-to?
> What I want to end up with is the Multia booting from the SCSI, then
> mount the IDE drive, then start the http/ftp services, with thier
> directories residing on the IDE drive. Yes, one Multia for http service, and
> the other for ftp server.
before you can mount and use a new drive you have to partition the
drive in question using a utility such as disklabel, construct a new
filesystem using newfs and edit the /etc/fstab file in order to mount
the new partitions on next boot.
For more info see the the relevant man-pages and the installation
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