Subject: Re: mount failure on small NetBSD
To: Jachym Holecek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: fab <email@example.com>
Date: 08/10/2005 15:33:29
> > The system ? I don't know, but I think init can execute everything,
> > interactively or not...
> The trick shouldn't matter. Depending on what exactly you
> need, you may also have the system always come up in single
> user mode (there's a kernel compile-time option for that).
Ok, I'll check that later maybe.
> > The device is a simple FAT usb hard drive I mount everyday.
> > disklabel shows the sd0e with MSDOS filesystem on it.
> Was this on the target device or your workstation? That is,
> do both output the same info?
both output the same, I've put disklabel on the target device to verify.
> > I have to do some correction, the message is "invalid argument" and not
> > the previous one, hope this helps.
> Do you have support for MSDOS filesystem in your kernel?
I'll try to rm all the objs and recompile, maybe it's a compilation
The kernel is ~2 weeks newer than the userland, can it come from this ?