Started by mbuss, December 08, 2006, 03:43:23 pm
Quote from: "mbuss"I'm trying to install NS 3.3 on my intel Mac using Parallels, but the OS CD won't mount.
Mount options for ufs ufstype=value UFS is a file system widely used in different operating systems. The problem are differences among implementations. Features of some implementations are undocumented, so its hard to recognize the type of ufs automatically. That's why the user must specify the type of ufs by mount option. Possible values are: old Old format of ufs, this is the default, read only. (Don't forget to give the -r option.) 44bsd For filesystems created by a BSD-like system (NetBSD,FreeBSD,OpenBSD). sun For filesystems created by SunOS or Solaris on Sparc. sunx86 For filesystems created by Solaris on x86. hp For filesystems created by HP-UX, read-only. nextstep For filesystems created by NeXTStep (on NeXT station) (currently read only). nextstep-cd For NextStep CDROMs (block_size == 2048), read-only. openstep For filesystems created by OpenStep (currently read only). The same filesystem type is also used by Mac OS X.
mount -t ufs -o ufstype=nextstep-cd /dev/cdrom /nextcd
Quote from: "nextchef"Is it possible under osx to give custom mount commands? I know that some versions of mount will support the next filesystem, at least in a read only matter.