|Feb 27, 2010, 04:13 AM||#1|
how to mount ext3
i have a macbook 5,2.
i've been trying to mount ext3 partition on which fedora is installed.
to do that, i'd searched internet for the howto to mount ext3.
as a result, i installed macfuse and ext2fx on mac and tried to mount with
command mount. but failed..
root# mount_ext2 -o rdonly -x /dev/disk0s5 /Volumes/Linux/
mount_ext2: /dev/disk0s5 on /Volumes/Linux: Resource busy
fuse-ext2 wasn't working as well..
is it impossible ? if i change that ext3 partition to ext2, will it be working?
|Feb 27, 2010, 06:55 AM||#2|
I'd say ext2fx Is made for ext2 file systems and ext3 being different isn't supported.
You can use dropbox to move files between the two or a thumb drive or even an external disk formatted to FAT.
Ext3 and now ext4 are much more advanced then ext2 that I wouldn't recommend going backwards to ext2. Heck F12's default is ext4 at this point and is pretty much rock solid
|Mar 3, 2010, 11:53 AM||#3|
|Mar 3, 2010, 10:32 PM||#6|
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