Robin Becker wrote:
That is if the kernel has UFS and BSD labels support compiled into the
kernel. Be aware that UFS support isn't really 100% stable yet, so they
marked UFS writing as "dangerous" in the Linux kernel file systems
config section. However, UFS fs reading is "stable".
Ahmad Arafat Abdullah wrote:
One of my hosters says they provide a ram based linux recovery tool,
but I'm actually using freebsd on the hardware so am wondering if
linux knows how to mount UFS partitions?
-- Robin Becker
Yes, it does
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