On Sun, Oct 03, 1999 at 05:00:18PM +0000, Ching Haydee mentioned:
> hi guys,
> i just need some info here:
> i have the following setup:
> SCSI disk 1[id 0] : Windows 98
> SCSI disk 2[id 1] : SCO UnixWare
> IDE primary master disk : Solaris 7.
>> If i boot up from Solaris 7, how do i access the data in my SCO UnixWare?
> like diskadd, mount, (these kinda things....)
>> any help is greatly appreciated as i cannot access my data from the SCO hdd.
> -haydee : )
I don't think Solaris has support for the Unixware filesystem. Scratch
that, I'm very sure it doesn't. Linux does, I think. "SystemV filesystem"
or something odd like that.
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