Where to put Filesystem Mount Commands?

Which files properly contain commands starting filesystems at
system startup?

I though it would be /etc/system/sysinit, but attempting to start
a DOS filesystem there (with “mount -tdos /dev/fd0 /fd0”) does
not work (/dev/fd0 device not available yet)

So where do they go? /etc/rc.d/sysinit.rc?

Where in the documentation is this covered?

Thanks!


Jeff Maass jmaass@columbus.rr.com Located near Columbus Ohio
USPSA # L-1192 NROI/CRO Amateur Radio K8ND
Maass’ IPSC Resources Page: http://home.columbus.rr.com/jmaass

Hi Jeff,

You could solve your problem by editting rc.locale.

Read more details in “Mounting as non-SU” thread (dated 11 Jul 2001) at
qdn.public.qnxrtp.os

Good Luck,
Eduard.
73

Hi Jeff,

See the following knowledge base entry for system initialization info:
http://qdn.qnx.com/support/bok/solution.qnx?10121

Barry


Jeff Maass <jmaass@columbus.rr.com> wrote:

Which files properly contain commands starting filesystems at
system startup?

I though it would be /etc/system/sysinit, but attempting to start
a DOS filesystem there (with “mount -tdos /dev/fd0 /fd0”) does
not work (/dev/fd0 device not available yet)

So where do they go? /etc/rc.d/sysinit.rc?

Where in the documentation is this covered?

Thanks!


Jeff Maass > jmaass@columbus.rr.com > Located near Columbus Ohio
USPSA # L-1192 NROI/CRO Amateur Radio K8ND
Maass’ IPSC Resources Page: > http://home.columbus.rr.com/jmaass