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Re: the fat filesystem



Louis Bertrand wrote:

> What does fdisk(8) say about your disk? That's the partitioning tool
> somewhat equivalent to DOS FDISK. You carve up your disk with fdisk(8)
> into DOS, non-DOS and OpenBSB partitions, then you label the OpenBSD
> partition into the usual a,b,c,d,... layout with disklabel(8).
>
> Ciao
>  --Louis  <louis_(_at_)_bertrandtech_(_dot_)_on_(_dot_)_ca>
>
> Louis Bertrand       http://www.bertrandtech.on.ca/
> Bertrand Technical Services, Bowmanville, ON, Canada
>
> OpenBSD: Secure by default.  http://www.openbsd.org/
>
> On Sun, 26 Dec 1999, Ivanhoe wrote:
>
> > My openbsd partition does not detect my windows98 partition, which is in
> > the same hd. This is my disklabel entry:
> >
> >         size   offset    fstype   [fsize bsize   cpg]
> >   a:  5850000  6249285    4.2BSD     1024  8192    16   # (Cyl. 6613 -
> > 12803*)
> >   b:   404955 12099285      swap                        # (Cyl. 12803*-
> > 13231)
> >   c:  6249285  6249285    unused        0     0         # (Cyl. 6613 -
> > 13225)
> >
> > When I installed obsd 2.6 I had just a to e, not wd0i nor h, which seem
> > to be usually the fat partitions. The wd0c partition gives an error if I
> > try to mount_msdos it. I have tried to mount letters from d to l, but
> > the device is never configured. If anobody has any suggestion please
> > tell me. Thanks in advance.
> >
> >
> >

This is my fdisk output:
Disk: wd0       geometry: 778/255/63 [12498570 sectors]
Offset: 0       Signatures: 0xAA55,0xBE
         Starting        Ending
 #: id  cyl  hd sec -   cyl  hd sec [     start -       size]
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
 0: 0B    0   1   1 -   388 254  63 [        63 -    6249222] Win95 FAT-32
*1: A6  389   0   1 -   777 254  63 [   6249285 -    6249285] OpenBSD
 2: F0  778   0   1 -   778  89  63 [  12498570 -       5670] <Unknown ID>
 3: 00    0   0   0 -     0   0   0 [         0 -          0] unused

I think it is right, can't find the problem. :)




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