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Old 02-17-2004, 06:15 AM   #1
thehundredthone
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mount block devices with sysfs?


i want to know if i can mount my hard disks using sysfs
/sys/block/hda/hda1 is not reported as a block devices
kernel 2.6.2 says that devfs is now obsolete, so i'm left wondering why my hard disks and floppy disk are still mounted using /dev
what parameters do i need to use /sys for this?
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