Mac OS X Server Filesystem Format
satadru at umich.edu
Thu Apr 8 09:49:25 EST 1999
Of course, Apple also calls it UFS for their filesystem.
I tried all the ufs mount options, to no avail. Do they use multiple
sessions on the cd? Perhaps somebody could elucidate as to how one
goes about mounting a multisession cd properly.
On Wed, 7 Apr 1999, David A. Gatwood wrote:
On Wed, 7 Apr 1999, satadru pramanik wrote:
> has anybody tried to mount any of the Mac OS X Server CDs inside linux?
> I assume they have a BSD format... Mounting auto doesn't work with the
> CDs. With ALL Linux filesystems enabled in the kernel, what mount
> options would I use to get the CD to mount?
I'm surprised they're not ISO-9660... but if they're really a bsd
filesystem, you'd technically be looking for ffs, but I think linux still
calls it ufs.... :-)
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