Jeremie Le Hen schrieb:

(Please Cc: in your replies.)

I used to mount an msdosfs filesystem and it has been working correctly
so far.  Unfortuntely I can't do it anymore today:

% jarjarbinks:/usr/src:108# mdconfig -lu 0
% md0     vnode     1.8G  /mnt/msdos/FreeBSD-SSP_src.ufs
% jarjarbinks:/usr/src:109# mount -t msdos /dev/md0 /home/tataz/src/ssp/src/
% mount_msdosfs: /dev/md0: Invalid argument
% jarjarbinks:/usr/src:110# fsck_msdosfs /dev/md0
% ** /dev/md0
% Invalid signature in boot block: 0000

I'm not sure, but the filename "FreeBSD-SSP_src.ufs" hints to an UFS file system. Try

    mount /dev/md0 /home/tataz/src/ssp/src/

instead. Executing fsck_msdosfs with an UFS file system gives me the same error message: Invalid signature in boot block: 0000.

Regards Björn
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