From: Wynne, Conor (Conor.Wynne at domain compaq.com)
Date: Tue 14 Aug 2001 - 13:52:38 IST
Hmm, is this partition on a local disk???? If so the forget then NFS stuff
Methinks its local, then you will have to have System V filesystem support
in your kernel.
Mount -t s5 (i think) /dev/scodisk /mountpoint
Now I have never tried this but I reckon thats the command line.
Suck em and see,
From: declan at domain declan.nuvotem.com [mailto:declan at domain declan.nuvotem.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 12:43 PM
To: ilug at domain linux.ie
Cc: Declan Grady
Subject: Re: [ILUG] linux and sco openserver
I have my redhat box mounting an nfs exported directory from a sco
openserver 5 system.
The nfs server was already running (why is another question !) so all I had
to do was put the line :
into my file /etc/exports on the sco box (and stop and start the nfs
server) , where declan is the name of my machine which is also in the
/etc/hosts file on the sco box.
On the linux box (mine is redhat7) I put the line
scohost:/u/folder_i_want /mnt/sco nfs
rw,soft,intr,rsize=8192,wsize=8192 0 0
(where scohost is the name of the sco box, as per the /etc/hosts file on my
into the /etc/fstab file, and do a 'mount -a' command.
Most of the above is courtesy of Gavin McCullagh (Thanks Gavin)
Hope it helps
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <sean.odonnell at domain sentia.ie>
> To: <ilug at domain linux.ie>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 10:31 AM
> Subject: [ILUG] linux and sco openserver
> > Hi
> > Anybody know if linux can mount a sco openserver partition?
> > or even exactly what filesystem openserver uses?
> > Thanks
> > Sean
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