Kind of a follow-up to the mirroring thread, but not quite.
Originally, I installed into a windows “virtual” device ?
( C:\Program Files\qnx\ etc… )
Installed a few goodies, and configured as per my own preferences.
Got a big disk.
Installed into a partition /dev/hd0t77
Copied the various files and directories from C:\Program Files\ etc…
over the same files and directories on /dev/hd0t77
Boots, runs, everything is beautiful.
This brings me to the question.
Linux can mount the C:\Program Files\ etc…
files through the loop device as type qnx4 file systems no problem.
QNX can also find, and mout them, no problem.
QNX running from the CD, can find and mount the file system on
/dev/hd0t77 ( /dev/hda3 in Linux ) no problem.
Linux can NOT mount /dev/hda3 under any scheme, always reporting
no superblock, no filesystem, etc.
Why ? What’s different ?
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