Gerard Seibert wrote:
This is probably very simple, but I can not seem to get it to work.Heh, that alias looks a tad familiar ;)
I have one physical 3.5" 1.44MB drive. It is configured as /dev/fd0. Is there
a way that I can also configure this drive to be /dev/fd1. The reason is that
I have an alias command : alias A:='sudo mount -t msdos /dev/fd0 /mnt' in
my .bashrc file. I would like to add another command using B: instead of A:
and have the file system be NFS instead of msdos.
Is any of this possible?
What have you tried? You should be able
to just have the alias point to the same device
You might also be able to create a symlink
to the device; I just tried this on 5.2 (as root,
$ln -s fd0 fdnew
$mount -t msdos /dev/fdnew /mnt
But, isn't "NFS" ~ "network file system." Are
you sure of what you're asking for, there?
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