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Re: Silly thing like a mount command appears to not be working correctly?



Leslie Satenstein wrote:
Here is the scenario

Fedora core4 on a dedicated 80 gig drive /hdb.  (All install defaults taken)

Fedora core5 on a 200 gig dedicated drive. (All defaults taken)

Using system bios, I can boot from either drive.

I can mount the boot partition from either system to the other, but I cannot mount the data partitions.

My commands were (from root)

mkdir /other   (on each hard drive)


mount -t ext3 /dev/hda?  /other
where I tried ? from 7 all the way to 1. On the core4 system,
The system could not find values of /dev/hda7 through 3 . Refused /dev/hda2 and showed me the boot partition for /dev/hda1


On the core5 test3 system using the default values as set up by annaconda at install time, I could see the boot partition on /dev/hdb1 but no other partition. Is there something I am doing wrong? I tried many flavours of xxx for the mount -t xxxx (auto, ext2, ext3) , eluding -t parameter.

Your test against a vanilla corex drive would be appreciated.

Leslie

Your problem may have to do with the fact that default installs use LVM for partitions other than /boot.


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