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Old 9th October 2008
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your problem probably was, that you didn't format your partition

Originally Posted by killasmurf86 View Post
well, since you used Sysinstall to prepare it, it won't hurt to format it again, onlythistime use newfs
newfs -U /dev/ad1s1
and try again
[this might sound stupid, but maybe you accidentally skipped this step]
ups, sorry mate, i somehow misssed d
what i mean was newfs -U /dev/ad1s1d

This, works for you, but as i heard it is recommended to use labels....
i suggest (optional) you label that slice, and make new fs again..... (and correct fstab)
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