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Old 07-23-2003, 12:52 AM   #1
bharath_nr
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Question UDF Filesystem Support on Redhat Linux 8.0


Hi,

For the below problem there was no reply come from this group. Does no one is having any IDEA about this.
But any way I am posting the problem once again. Please Reply if any possibalites are there.

Problem Description:

I found from the Website that Linux Kernel Ver 2.4.18 by default
contains the UDF filesystem support.
But when I tried to mount the Device ( which is having the UDF file
system) the Error message is displayed.

"Unknown file system or too many file systems are mounted "

Am I following the right way or not, please guide me regarding this issue.

My Requirement is:-

We have the software which will move the data to the Removable drive in the UDF file format.
Now the Removable drive contains the UDF filesystem with some data on it.

We are trying to mount the UDF filesystem , so that we can read the contents of the Removable drive.

Please help me regarding this issue.
 
Old 07-23-2003, 01:42 AM   #2
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Did you use the -t option?
 
  


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