By Kurt Seifried, [email protected]
This chapter covers the basic of conveting from OpenBSD to Linux.
Device names and conventions are different in OpenBSD.
|Mount the first partition on the first IDE drive as /exmaple||mount /dev/hda1 /example||mount /dev/wd0a /example|
|Mount a DOS formatted floppy disk as /floppy||mount -t dos /dev/fd0 /floppy||mount -t msdos /dev/fd0a /floppy|
|Mount a CDROM on the second channel that is master as /cdrom||mount -t iso9660 /dev/hdc /cdrom||mount -t cd9660 /dev/cd0a /cdrom|
OpenBSD supports iso9660 (CDROM), EXT2, NFS, XFS, FAT (various forms) and a number of other common filesystems. The following command will display information about mount:
This manual page is also available online "man mount"
Last updated on 24/3/2002
Copyright Kurt Seifried 2002 [email protected]