On Tuesday 10 June 2008 07:37:56 anhnmncb wrote:
> Hi, list,
>         Recently, I encounter a very annoying issue, when I try to
>         mount an ext2fs filesystem in laptop disk, after mounted it without
> any errors, I can't access it, ls /mnt/da0s3 says "bad file
>         descriptor". In that disk, also has msdos and ufs fs, but they
>         work well.
>         I tried reformat whole disk, and fsck.ext2 -f that ext2fs
>         slice, nothing works at all.
>         But my a local disk has ext2fs too, it can be mounted and used
>         well, don't know why?

The same thing happens in here too ..
The same question It has also been posted in this list on Friday 09 May 2008 
14:40:06 by Isaac Mushinsky and me, but nobody answered ...
On FreeBSD 7.0 i386 and Linux i386 in here, I get either get a 'Bad file 
descriptor' for directory /linux' or 

$ mount -t etx2fs /dev/ad0s7 /linux
$ ls /linux 
No such file or directory

I've got all of my music, pdfs, pictures and on a ext3 and I only need to 
mount it in order to get FreeBSD's Amarok access to my music collection.

If somebody has solution or a pointer to a solution or whatever may help on 
this matter, I would greatly appreciate his/hers reply :)

Gonzalo Nemmi
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