Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 32696
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2018/06/23 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2004/8/4-5 [Computer/SW/OS/Solaris] UID:32696 Activity:very high
8/4     I have a Solaris UFS (USPARC, not x86) formatted drive.
        Can I access this safely with a 2.4.xx Linux kernel through
        USB (going to put UFS ide drive into an IDE-USB convertor.
        Read somewhere that this might not be possible.
        \_ ro sort of works, provided you turn off logging under
           \_ What does solaris logging have to do with accessing it
              under Linux? If I had logging turned on under Solaris
              then if I transfer the drive over to Linux it won't work?
              Sorry, this is somewhat confusing to me. Can you elaborate?
              I also only need RO access because I'm going to wipe the
              drive and dump it after (it's only a 4 gig drive). As
              I understand it, there's some problems with endianess
              but I would think a proper UFS driver under linux would
              take care of that.
           \_ this is obviously because bill gates has hidden away the
              inner workings of his OS and is evil!
              \_Huh? -OP
                \_ See how you are?
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