I am trying to enable the linux swap space I have under Red Hat on FreeBSD 4.9. My disk configuration looks like:
ad0: s1 - NTFS s2 - Windows extended s3 - ext3 s4 - linux swap
ad1: s1 - This is my BSD slice s2 - NTFS s3 - ext3 s4 - <none>
So I read the HOWTO on the internet about sharing the swap space; and with it's help I can now swap on the BSD swap space from Linux. However, the HOWTO only says that "FreeBSD can swap on any partition" without saying how to do it.
So I've tried "swapon /dev/ad0s4" from FreeBSD and it always says:
swapon: /dev/ad0s4: Device not configured
I poked around my kernel config file, and changed the NSWAPDEVS variable to 2; still no luck.
I looked in the questions archive from January on, but found no help (albeit not that throughly). Note that I've been using FreeBSD for 4 months without this swap space, without problems. Has anyone else encountered this problem?
Thanks in advance,
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