Mounting UFS in RW mode
I have a Linux workstation with red hat 9 installed. On this workstation I have internal SCSI Magnetic Optical drive. I need to be able to read and write to these MO disks in UFS format. I have recompiled me kernel to use the "UFS filesystem write support (DANGEROUS)" from make menuconfig.
I know I can read and write to the drive because I can insert a MO disk formatted as FAT run this command.
mount /dev/sda -t vfat /mnt/mo
then I can read and write to the disk. But when I insert a disk formatted as UFS and run any of these commands
mount /dev/sda - t ufs /mnt/mo
mount /dev/sda -o rw- t ufs /mnt/mo
Then I try to create a directory I get an error "mkdir: cannot create directory 'test': Read-only file system"
Is there a way to force the drive to mount in read-write mode?
Can I use the mount command differently to get the drive in read-write mode?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Enabling UFS write access in Linux
If you have already mounted the UFS partition (mount -w -t ufs -o ufstype=sun /dev/hda7 /sol10) but you cannot write to it (and you have enabled write access in the kernel), you need to remount it:
mount -t ufs -o remount,rw /dev/hda7 /sol10
This should enable write access to the UFS partition. I found this here:
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