El día Saturday, May 02, 2009 a las 01:06:09PM +0900, till plewe escribió:

> I have a  usbdrive which was used on FreeBSD 6 or 7 but cannot
> be mounted now (on CURRENT with generic kernel). The drive is
> recognized but the individual slices do not seem to exist (see below).

I have had the same problem: booting CURRENT from an USB key and wanting
to get access to the SSD partitions created with RELENG_7 kernel in the
EeePC. I've found no way to do and labeled the SSD from scratch (had
even to overwrite the 1st blocks with dd(1) to make fdisk(1M) create
partitions there).

In your case: boot a RELENG_7 rescue CD, mount the usbdrive and backup
the data (via LAN) to some other place.


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