Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-09 Thread Polytropon
On Fri, 8 Feb 2013 12:30:51 GMT, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: So what is the advice for transferring data via USB in such cases? Any other gpart partition I could use? Use the most universal file system which isn't even a file system: tar. First, create a tar archive (not a _file_!) to the USB

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-09 Thread Polytropon
On Fri, 8 Feb 2013 08:07:12 -0500 (EST), Chris Hill wrote: On Fri, 8 Feb 2013, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: [ snip ] So what is the advice for transferring data via USB in such cases? Any other gpart partition I could use? I've always used FAT32 for thumb drives and the like. I don't

mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Anton Shterenlikht
I need to transfer some files from sparc64 -current box onto amd64 9.1-RELEASE laptop. The amd64 laptop has no network connection yet, so I'm trying to achive this with a USB flash drive. The problem is that I always end up with # mount /dev/da0p1 /mnt/ mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Konstantin Belousov
up with # mount /dev/da0p1 /mnt/ mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument # If I do newfs on the sparc64 box, then I can't mount it on the amd64 box, and vice versa. I tried just newfs /dev/da0, and using gpart, e.g.: # gpart show /dev/da0 = 34 4029373 da0 GPT (1.9G) 34

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Anton Shterenlikht
, so I'm trying to achive this with a USB flash drive.=20 =20 The problem is that I always end up with =20 # mount /dev/da0p1 /mnt/ mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument #=20 =20 If I do newfs on the sparc64 box, then I can't

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Marius Strobl
laptop. The amd64 laptop has no network connection yet, so I'm trying to achive this with a USB flash drive.=20 =20 The problem is that I always end up with =20 # mount /dev/da0p1 /mnt/ mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument #=20 =20

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Robert Bonomi
Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2013 12:30:51 GMT From: Anton Shterenlikht me...@bristol.ac.uk Subject: Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument From kostik...@gmail.com Fri Feb 8 12:25:21 2013 On Fri, Feb 08, 2013 at 12:01:41PM +, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: I need to transfer some files from

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Chris Hill
On Fri, 8 Feb 2013, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: [ snip ] So what is the advice for transferring data via USB in such cases? Any other gpart partition I could use? I've always used FAT32 for thumb drives and the like. I don't know if the SPARC would be able to use it, but FAT32 seems like

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Anton Shterenlikht
From ch...@monochrome.org Fri Feb 8 13:27:48 2013 On Fri, 8 Feb 2013, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: [ snip ] So what is the advice for transferring data via USB in such cases? Any other gpart partition I could use? I've always used

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Anton Shterenlikht
From bon...@mail.r-bonomi.com Fri Feb 8 13:27:49 2013 From: Anton Shterenlikht me...@bristol.ac.uk Subject: Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument From kostik...@gmail.com Fri Feb 8 12:25:21 2013 On Fri, Feb 08, 2013 at 12:01:41PM

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Joseph A. Nagy, Jr
On 02/08/13 07:38, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: From ch...@monochrome.org Fri Feb 8 13:27:48 2013 On Fri, 8 Feb 2013, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: [ snip ] So what is the advice for transferring data via USB in such cases? Any other gpart partition

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Arthur Chance
On 02/08/13 14:47, Joseph A. Nagy, Jr wrote: On 02/08/13 07:38, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: From ch...@monochrome.org Fri Feb 8 13:27:48 2013 On Fri, 8 Feb 2013, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: [ snip ] So what is the advice for transferring data via USB in such cases? Any

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Anton Shterenlikht
From jnagyjr1...@gmail.com Fri Feb 8 14:47:22 2013 On 02/08/13 07:38, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: From ch...@monochrome.org Fri Feb 8 13:27:48 2013 On Fri, 8 Feb 2013, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: [ snip ]

Re: mount: /dev/da0p1: Invalid argument

2013-02-08 Thread Warren Block
On Fri, 8 Feb 2013, Arthur Chance wrote: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_data_partition I think you probably want to use the type code for a Windows Basic data partition, which would be gpart add -t !EBD0A0A2-B9E5-4433-87C0-68B6B72699C7 other_gpart_args [depending on your shell you may