Re: fstab problem

2012-01-14 Thread Bernt Hansson
2012-01-14 11:00, per...@pluto.rain.com skrev: Bernt Hanssonb...@bananmonarki.se wrote: This is an old machine (1997), not sure it will boot from usb. I'll check. If it can boot from floppy, Plop will boot it from USB. http://www.plop.at/en/bootmanagers.html Thank you. I'll have a look

Re: fstab problem

2012-01-13 Thread Frank Brendel
Use /dev/ad0s1a instead of /ad0s1a. Frank Am 13.01.2012 11:01, schrieb Bernt Hansson: Hello list! I've moved /etc/fstab to /etc/fstab.org When booting I get prompted with mountroot Ok. I type ufs:ad0s1a The crap boot up. But I can't get the filesystem to become R/W Tried /sbin/mount -o

Re: fstab problem

2012-01-13 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 13/01/2012 10:01, Bernt Hansson wrote: Hello list! I've moved /etc/fstab to /etc/fstab.org When booting I get prompted with mountroot Ok. I type ufs:ad0s1a The crap boot up. But I can't get the filesystem to become R/W Tried /sbin/mount -o rw /ad0s1a / /sbin/mount -o rw,force

Re: fstab problem

2012-01-13 Thread Matthias Apitz
El día Friday, January 13, 2012 a las 11:01:40AM +0100, Bernt Hansson escribió: Hello list! I've moved /etc/fstab to /etc/fstab.org When booting I get prompted with mountroot Ok. I type ufs:ad0s1a The crap boot up. But I can't get the filesystem to become R/W Tried /sbin/mount -o rw

Re: fstab problem

2012-01-13 Thread perryh
Bernt Hansson b...@bananmonarki.se wrote: This is an old machine (1997), not sure it will boot from usb. I'll check. If it can boot from floppy, Plop will boot it from USB. http://www.plop.at/en/bootmanagers.html ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: fstab NFS mount option recommendations

2010-03-13 Thread Joe Auty
Forgot to add, I also need to do some NFS mounts from my VM host which is hosted on CentOS. I know that this isn't a Linux based list, but if you could kindly keep the information about wsize and rsize numbers general enough so that I can apply this knowledge to my Linux box, that would be great

Re: fstab syntax

2010-01-31 Thread Polytropon
On Sun, 31 Jan 2010 00:35:02 +0200, Elias Chrysocheris elias...@cha.forthnet.gr wrote: Unfortunatelly, spaces are not allowed in fstab syntax. Fortunately. :-) Allow me a little sidenote about correct terminology: I also have tried it before and figured out that there is no way to insert

Re: fstab syntax

2010-01-30 Thread krad
On 30 January 2010 19:05, Jeff Laine wtf.jla...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, My question is regarding /etc/fstab synax. How can I use spaces and quote symbols in my device name? I tried to use double quotes and backslash, but no luck so far. I.e. I'd like to put the following line:

Re: fstab syntax

2010-01-30 Thread Jerry
On Sat, 30 Jan 2010 22:05:43 +0300 Jeff Laine wtf.jla...@gmail.com articulated: Hello, My question is regarding /etc/fstab synax. How can I use spaces and quote symbols in my device name? I tried to use double quotes and backslash, but no luck so far. I.e. I'd like to put the following

Re: fstab syntax

2010-01-30 Thread Jeff Laine
On Sat,30-01-2010 [19:33:37], krad wrote: On 30 January 2010 19:05, Jeff Laine wtf.jla...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, My question is regarding /etc/fstab synax. How can I use spaces and quote symbols in my device name? I tried to use double quotes and backslash, but no luck so far. I.e.

Re: fstab syntax

2010-01-30 Thread Elias Chrysocheris
On Saturday 30 of January 2010 21:05:43 Jeff Laine wrote: Hello, My question is regarding /etc/fstab synax. How can I use spaces and quote symbols in my device name? I tried to use double quotes and backslash, but no luck so far. I.e. I'd like to put the following line: /dev/msdosfs/MY

Re: fstab (local) mount -- FreeBSD Port: sysutils/fusefs-curlftpfs

2006-10-21 Thread Alex Zbyslaw
martinko wrote: Hello, This is from CurlFtpFS FAQ: # *How can I make CurlFtpFS mount automatically at startup?* You can add it to /etc/fstab. Example: curlftpfs#ftp.host.com /mnt/host fuse rw,uid=500,user,noauto 0 0 However, it does not work on FreeBSD -- mount fails with this complain:

Re: fstab (local) mount -- FreeBSD Port: sysutils/fusefs-curlftpfs

2006-10-20 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Fri, Oct 20, 2006 at 09:10:54PM +0200, martinko wrote: Hello, This is from CurlFtpFS FAQ: # *How can I make CurlFtpFS mount automatically at startup?* You can add it to /etc/fstab. Example: curlftpfs#ftp.host.com /mnt/host fuse rw,uid=500,user,noauto 0 0 However, it does

Re: fstab (local) mount -- FreeBSD Port: sysutils/fusefs-curlftpfs

2006-10-20 Thread martinko
Jerry McAllister wrote: On Fri, Oct 20, 2006 at 09:10:54PM +0200, martinko wrote: Hello, This is from CurlFtpFS FAQ: # *How can I make CurlFtpFS mount automatically at startup?* You can add it to /etc/fstab. Example: curlftpfs#ftp.host.com /mnt/host fuse rw,uid=500,user,noauto 0 0

Re: fstab - mount_nfs - -L parameter

2006-01-10 Thread Andrew P.
On 1/10/06, Mathieu CHATEAU [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello all, I need to mount an nfs volume with the -L params. It works great by hand : mount_nfs -L server:/share but fstab refuses the -L params... really? What does it say? Do you have ro or rw present in the options? Here's my line

Re: fstab and bad hard drives

2005-08-17 Thread Jerry McAllister
Oops my bad on the long lines, figured my client would break them. Thanks for your help but booting into single user mode is not an option, this is the problem. Since the servers are at a colocation 2 hours away, I want to find a solution that will allow the server to continue to boot up

Re: fstab and bad hard drives

2005-08-17 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Brian Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I searched and looked through the man pages and was unable to find any information on this. My question is, is there a way to make freebsd boot if it has problems mounting a hard drive listed in fstab? With NFS drives I use 'bg' so the system will

Re: fstab option to 'skip' a file system?

2005-06-11 Thread Bob Bomar
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Marc G. Fournier wrote: | | Is there an option that I can add to fstab (or some way of doing it?) | that, when a server reboots, it will 'ignore' that file system, but I | can still do a 'mount /fs' after the fact? | | I have remote servers that I'd

Re: fstab option to 'skip' a file system?

2005-06-11 Thread Marc G. Fournier
On Sat, 11 Jun 2005, Bob Bomar wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Marc G. Fournier wrote: | | Is there an option that I can add to fstab (or some way of doing it?) | that, when a server reboots, it will 'ignore' that file system, but I | can still do a 'mount /fs' after the

Re: fstab option to 'skip' a file system?

2005-06-11 Thread Glenn Dawson
At 08:16 PM 6/11/2005, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Is there an option that I can add to fstab (or some way of doing it?) that, when a server reboots, it will 'ignore' that file system, but I can still do a 'mount /fs' after the fact? in the options column in fstab specify noauto -Glenn I have

Re: fstab - why different file systems nummers?

2004-08-27 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Aug 27), Marcel.lautenbach said: well, i new to freebsd but i didn't find help in the newbelist. and since i got this daily message from the list i think this is the right place to go. i am at the point to change my /etc/fstab file. well, there i can set two numbers 1

Re: fstab - why different file systems nummers?

2004-08-27 Thread Marcel.lautenbach
Guten Tag Dan Nelson, am Freitag, 27. August 2004 um 21:37 schrieben Sie: DN In the last episode (Aug 27), Marcel.lautenbach said: well, i new to freebsd but i didn't find help in the newbelist. and since i got this daily message from the list i think this is the right place to go. i am at

Re: fstab - why different file systems nummers?

2004-08-27 Thread Andrew J Caines
Marcel, and i am stick with another prolbem. so far i've read that the md driver can be used to mound a file in an filesystem. before i could use mdconfig. buti don't have mdconfig on my branch (4.10) On 4.x you can use md, but it's easier to use mfs. In the vfstab, you simply put the

Re: fstab

2004-06-09 Thread Anubis
It would be whatever you used in the disklabel run (or the one done for you if you use sysinstall). 'd' is unlikely and so is 'c' d is highly likely and is what you get if you use sysinstall in 5.x. I have about 25 drives with a d partition. d certainly is unlikely in 4.x c will appear in the

Re: fstab

2004-06-09 Thread Jerry McAllister
It would be whatever you used in the disklabel run (or the one done for you if you use sysinstall). 'd' is unlikely and so is 'c' d is highly likely and is what you get if you use sysinstall in 5.x. I have about 25 drives with a d partition. d certainly is unlikely in 4.x c will

Re: fstab

2004-06-08 Thread Anubis
Joshua Lewis wrote: /dev/ad1s1 what? a, d, e, f,g ?? Do I specify? I am using the whole drive. should I change it to /dev/ad1s1a? Thank you, Joshua Lewis Anubis Joshua Lewis wrote: The last time I edited this file my system ceased to boot. I have made what looks to me like a valid entry. This

Re: fstab

2004-06-08 Thread Jerry McAllister
The last time I edited this file my system ceased to boot. I have made what looks to me like a valid entry. This is the same thing I entered in last time. I am not going to save this but does it look valid to anyone out there? # DeviceMountpoint FStype Options

Re: fstab

2004-06-08 Thread Joshua Lewis
asuming that you have done the whole fdisk/disklabel/newfs you can list the contents of /dev thus, ls /dev to find out. It will be ad1s1d oassume something like that I do have several ad1* devices in /dev but I can not mount them. So I asume they are just there to be there? Why would it be

Re: fstab

2004-06-08 Thread Jerry McAllister
asuming that you have done the whole fdisk/disklabel/newfs you can list the contents of /dev thus, ls /dev to find out. It will be ad1s1d oassume something like that I do have several ad1* devices in /dev but I can not mount them. So I asume they are just there to be there? Why

Re: fstab

2004-06-07 Thread Andreas Carnaily
On Mon, 7 Jun 2004 21:39:52 -0700, Joshua Lewis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The last time I edited this file my system ceased to boot. I have made what looks to me like a valid entry. This is the same thing I entered in last time. I am not going to save this but does it look valid to anyone out

Re: fstab

2004-06-07 Thread Andreas Carnaily
If new disk is not preformatted and have no filesystem it wil not boot. On Mon, 7 Jun 2004 21:39:52 -0700, Joshua Lewis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The last time I edited this file my system ceased to boot. I have made what looks to me like a valid entry. This is the same thing I entered in last

Re: fstab

2004-06-07 Thread Anubis
Joshua Lewis wrote: The last time I edited this file my system ceased to boot. I have made what looks to me like a valid entry. This is the same thing I entered in last time. I am not going to save this but does it look valid to anyone out there? # DeviceMountpoint FStype

Re: fstab

2004-06-07 Thread Joshua Lewis
/dev/ad1s1 what? a, d, e, f,g ?? Do I specify? I am using the whole drive. should I change it to /dev/ad1s1a? Thank you, Joshua Lewis Anubis Joshua Lewis wrote: The last time I edited this file my system ceased to boot. I have made what looks to me like a valid entry. This is the same

Re: fstab spezial

2003-07-08 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Martin Klaffenboeck [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Yes, that would be a good idea, the problem is, it is not possible to mount on /floppy from a user because it isn't own by a user. That's what fbtab(5) is for. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: fstab spezial

2003-07-07 Thread Bill Moran
Martin Klaffenboeck wrote: Hello, Is it possible to make an fstab entry which matches to all users? Something like: /dev/fd0 ${HOME}/floppy msdos dev,rw,noauto 0 0 But this does not work, and I couldn't find the correct one in the documentation. I don't believe it's possible.

Re: fstab spezial

2003-07-07 Thread Martin Klaffenboeck
Am 2003.07.07 21:22 schrieb(en) Bill Moran: Martin Klaffenboeck wrote: Hello, Is it possible to make an fstab entry which matches to all users? Something like: /dev/fd0 ${HOME}/floppy msdos dev,rw,noauto 0 0 But this does not work, and I couldn't find the correct one in the

Re: fstab spezial

2003-07-07 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Selon Martin Klaffenboeck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I want to have a mechanism where some different non root users can mount a floppy (and a cdrom, but lets start with a floppy) which are all in the same group. And it should be easy with an fstab entry. How would you do that? I use

Re: fstab entries??

2002-07-13 Thread Patrick J Okui
On Sat, 13 Jul 2002, Remington L. wrote: Im curious to know what this means Dump Pass# 0 0 1 1 Will someone please explain this from the man page (man fstab)... ---BEGIN MAN PAGE- The fifth field, (fs_freq), is used for these filesystems by the