I believe UFS support is still experimental on Linux. Last time I tried it,
I managed to mount my UFS partitions read write, but it ended up completely
destroying them, so I'd approach this with extreme caution.
Han Hwei Woo
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From: "derrich" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Friday, June 20, 2003 2:48 AM
Subject: fsck'ing UFS partitons under linux?
> I'm trying to fsck a UFS (created under FreeBSD 4.8) partition from within
> a Linux system, and I'm having a whole lot of trouble. I know UFS support
> is enabled in the kernel, because I'm able to mount the drive read-only. I
> believe I've been unable to mount it read-write because the drive needs to
> be fsck'ed, but I can't figure out how to do this under linux.
> I've tried running 'fsck -t ufs /dev/hda2', but I get an error about
> /sbin/fsck.ufs not existing ... and googling 'fsck.ufs' turns up very
> little, and what little it turns up isn't all in English, which doesn't
> really help me.
> If anyone has any suggestions, it'd be appreciated.
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