mount OpenBSD partition in redhat 9 (shrike)
I had to much problems with the bsdplatform and my earlier expiriences with redhat made me re-install my web/ftp server.
Redhat 9 is now installed and works perfect!
Except one thing. I have another physical harddrive with a 27 gb OpenBSD partition in the machine, and it won't mount in redhat.
when i try to mount it i use this command:
'mount -t 44bsd /dev/hdb4 /mnt/test/'
and i get:
'mount: fs type 44bsd not supported by kernel'
Am i using mount properly or must i compile an new kernel, and how in the %¤"&/#% do i do that?
Re: mount OpenBSD partition in redhat 9 (shrike)
mount -t 44bsd /dev/hdb4 /mnt/test/
(44dsd to 44bsd)
does that do it?