Re: How to mount 2nd CF FAT16/32 card from the installation boot?
Matt Dainty <matt <at> bodgit-n-scarper.com>
2005-02-04 14:29:37 GMT
* Andy Ruhl <acruhl <at> gmail.com> [2005-02-04 13:51:32]:
> On Fri, 4 Feb 2005 06:22:37 -0700, Snappy! <direct2system <at> yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to install 2.0 on my MP790. I have 2X 512MB CF card. One is used
> > for NetBSD installation while the other is used to store the tgz sets I
> > downloaded using my PC.
> > After configuring sysinst for installation, I have the first CF partitioned
> > and stuff. I'm trying to use install by local directory, so I have to mount
> > the 2nd CF somehow, in order to access the tgz sets I downloaded.
> > When I try to mount the 2nd CF, it gives me an error "device is not
> > configured". Any tips on how to do this? Thanks!
> This could be due to /dev/ not having a device to match to the card...
> I assume the 2nd card is mounted in a PCMCIA CF card adapter or something?
It shouldn't be that, I had a similar issue working out how to mount the
second CF card in my Workpad without it having a disklabel on it. IIRC
you use partition 'e' to access the single FAT filesystem on the card.
So wd1e or wd0e depending on which order the machine sees the slots.
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