That, and many other device files are generated by default, regardless of
whether or not you have that hardware on your system. You may not need it on
your setup, but someone else might on theirs.
Han Hwei Woo
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From: "Supote Leelasupphakorn" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Friday, June 20, 2003 3:34 AM
Subject: what does /dev/ad0s use for ?
> Hi, all
> In addtion to files named /dev/ad0sX (where "x" is
> slice number) in /dev
> those I can mount it usually, there is "/dev/ad0s1"
> (has no partition label).
> My question is when and what this device file is use
> Thanks for any explaination.
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