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Old 21st September 2008
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Default mount second hard drive - newbie trouble

Hi guys,

I have a FreeBSD 7.0 install on a machine that has two hard drives. The first one (da0) is the one that hosts FreeBSD and the second one (da1) is formatted with ext3 (I'm almost sure). I created /var/ftp and I executed this command

mount -t ext3 /dev/da1 /var/ftp

But it doesn't work. This is what I get:

mount: /dev/da1 : Operation not supported by device

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks is advance,

Corneliu
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