QUOTE(ZDevil @ May 13 2007, 12:11 PM)
QUOTE(iamasmith @ May 2 2007, 11:48 PM)
If you aren't too fussed about what is on the drive I would suggest that you run..
disklabel -E sd0
Then add a partition, possibly a, and set it up in the disklabel then make your ffs or ext2 filesystem from OpenBSD.
How to make ext2 using disklabel? I've tried ext2, Ext2, EXT2, Linux, LINUX, all these are invalid. The man page of disklabel doesn't mention ext2 at all.
Searching "ext2" in the Man page search and i only got fsck_ext2fs (8) and mount_ext2fs (8).
Any hint? Thanks!
I have fdisked the 4gb SD under the dualboot Cacko. Tried both FAT and Ext2 but the card fails to be recognized under obsd.
disklabel sd0 says: /dev/rsd0c: Device not configured
fdisk sd0 says: sd0: Device not configured
So I turned to my Mac...
Just found e2fsprogs and installed it in my OBSD setup on Macbook@Parallels.
First I used disklabel -E sd0 to add a partition [a]
, then choose the BSD4.2 as FS type.
After that I used mke2fs to create an ext2 filesystem on this SD.
This SD can be detected and mounted in OBSD on my Mac.
disklabel sd0 shows two partitions, [c] and [a]
(the newly created one).
The card can be detected and mounted in Cacko on my 3200.
The 4.1 official release doesn't seem to have SD support at all.
So I install the latest kernel (dated 8 May).
Reboot and now the SD is detected.
on my 3200, disklabel sd0 shows only [c], and no [a]
So, now the card can be read by Mac@OBSD, 3200@Cacko, but not 3200@OBSD!
What do i do?
Did I go wrong in the attempt?