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How to Mount SCO UNIX Filesystem to Linu

By horace2ung ·
How to Mount SCO UNIX Filesystem to Linux system??
i have a Open SCO UNIX 3.2 ver, filesystem hdd, how can i mount it in linux system...
what the type or method can i do.
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by horace2ung In reply to How to Mount SCO UNIX Fil ...

i want to copy files from open sco unix 3.2 to linux hdd device.

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by Eugen Prokopiev In reply to How to Mount SCO UNIX Fil ...

First of all, you need "SCO filesystem support" enabled in Linux kernel. Probably, you have to recompile it... If all ok with kernel-level support, simply do

$ su
# mkdir /mnt/foo
# mount /dev/<device name of SCO partition> /mnt/foo

and SCO partition will now reside in /mnt/foo. Now copy your files.

P.S. If you don't know about Linux kernel compilation, you'll need to learn more. I recommend to look through HOWTO documentation.

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