Subject: Sharing disk with Win95 (Was: Re: booting off of second partitio
To: None <port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Sean Conley <Sean.Conley@oasis.novia.net>
Date: 04/19/1996 17:52:10
On 18 Apr 96 at 11:19, Phil Knaack wrote about "Re: booting off
of second partition".
> I have OS-BS 2.0 beta 8 on my IDE disk with Windows 95. It
> works just fine, the only problem I do have is that I can't
> get a disklabel on the drive to mount it from netbsd. (netbsd
> is entirely on SCSI.) One of the following two things happens,
> I'm not sure which:
> 1) bsd disklabel collides with osbs2.0
> 2) bsd disklabel collides with win95 stuff
I have the same setup and I can access both of my Win95
partitions from NetBSD. I did have trouble at first when I
tried to access one of the partitions. When setting up the
disklabel, it turned out that I needed to increase the offset by
63 sectors (which happens to be one track on my disk), and also
decrease the partition size by same.
> In any case, I've got a "spare" machine here that has an
> "empty" hard drive, and I'm going to be tackling the above
> problem tonight to see if I can get win95 and netbsd to share
> my disk.
> >I can drop OSBS2beta on an FTP site if needed.
> I have it up right now at
> It is a self-extracting LHA file. It contains both the
> 2.0beta and the older version.
> Phillip F Knaack firstname.lastname@example.org
> Database Programmer, NCREMP Student Development Group
> ISU Extension Project Vincent, Iowa State