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To: linux@cthulhu.engr.sgi.com
Subject: Mount ext2 filesystem.
From: Takeshi Hakamada <hakamada@meteor.nsg.sgi.com>
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 1997 22:35:39 +0900
Sender: owner-linux@cthulhu.engr.sgi.com
Hi all,

I'm working on my R5000 Indy can mount second disk as root filesystem.
I've created ext2 filesystem from my i486-based Linux box and I connected
it to my Indy as the second drive. Then I booted vmlinux-indy-2.1.67
(made by Ralf) from the first disk on my Indy, mounted nfs-root filesystem
which is made by Ralf I know.
I can mount both the first disk(efs) and the second one(ext2).

However, when I try to invoke rpm which is made by Alan(libc/ld workaround
version), I get efs read error as follows:

efs: read error in indirect extents
attempt to access beyond end of device
08:01 rw=0, want=1207011792, limit=1965937

Do you think something wrong with my IRIX efs partition? When I mount
IRIX root partition, I can invoke some IRIX command(like ls, cp).

Anyway, why root-be-0.00.cpio.gz doesn't contain rpm binary?
I think rpm binary should be in root-be-0.00.cpio.gz.


Thanks,
--
Takeshi Hakamada                  
Nihon Silicon Graphics Cray
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