On Friday 09 May 2008 14:40:06 Isaac Mushinsky wrote:
> Now I would like to mount ext3 partition from FreeBSD at least for reading,
> or vice versa, UFS2 from linux for writing. With kernel option EXT2FS, I
> can

I mounted UFS2 paritions under Linux like this:

[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ grep fbsd7 /etc/fstab
/dev/sda9      /mnt/fbsd7          ufs    ufstype=ufs2,user,auto,ro, 1 2
/dev/sda11    /mnt/fbsd7/var    ufs    ufstype=ufs2,user,auto,ro, 1 2
/dev/sda12    /mnt/fbsd7/tmp   ufs    ufstype=ufs2,user,auto,ro, 1 2
/dev/sda13    /mnt/fbsd7/usr    ufs    ufstype=ufs2,user,auto,ro, 1 2
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$

> $ mount -t etx2fs /dev/ad12s7 /linux
>
> but then if I do
>
> $ ls /linux
> I get a 'Bad file descriptor' for directory /linux. e2fsprogs are
> installed, and fsck.ext2 or fsck.ext3 think well of the partition. Also, df
> seems to show it correctly, with size and free space.

Same problem in here .. 
Same FS ...
Using the same line ...

I couldn't figure out a solution .. 
I either get a 'Bad file descriptor' for directory /linux' or 

$ ls /linux 
No such file or directory

> I have FreeBSD 7.0 for amd64, Linux is 32-bit version. Also the partition
> is 'extended', i.e. fdisk on FreeBSD shows a DOS partition, but linux's
> fdisk shows a couple of ext3 partitions. However, /dev/ad12s7 does
> correspond to the correct linux partition and, when mounted, df shows the
> right size and utilization.

FreeBSD 7.0 i386 and Linux i386 in here

> Any advice how to share a partition between these 2 systems? I only want to
> use linux to scan the film and store the pictures on disk, then boot into
> FreeBSD where I spend most of my life as a user. I feel more comfortable
> pulling from FreeBSD rather than pushing to it because (1) it is easier for
> me to recompile FreeBSD kernel or install packages if necessary, and (2) I
> would mind much less a corruption on the linux partition than on UFS; I can
> simply reinstall the default installation for Linux, but FreeBSD has
> important data and is finely tuned for me over the years.

Same in here .. 
I've got all of my music on a ext3 partition and pdfs and pictures on another 
ext3 partition .. I only need to mount those two in order to get FreeBSD's 
Amarok access to my music collection.

Any help will be greatly apprecciated ..
Really

-- 
Blessings
Gonzalo Nemmi
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