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



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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
Code:
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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