Antwort: Re: Re (2): [Oberon] qemu:access existing partitions
Edgar.Schwarz at marconi.com
Mon Sep 13 08:03:23 CEST 2004
I did make /dev/hda writable and got the lack of information.
Also If you want to find the current problem you don't need a Bluebottle
Partition.Show should also tell me about other partitions on my current
disk if I mount it.
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On Sun, 12 Sep 2004 23:40:20 +0200 (MEST), edgar at edgarschwarz.de
<edgar at edgarschwarz.de> wrote:
> Did that, but Partitions.Show didn't find anything about IDE#0.
> Is it necessary to be root ?
> When I tried it with root I got a black screen because it seems that root
> have an Xserver set up.
> So how did you succeed ?
I'm afraid I don't have a Bluebottle partition on the same box as
Linux, but it should work. I'll try to fish up another drive and see
what I can cobble together.
I think you've caught the problem, though. Just as you had to make
/dev/hda1 world-readable, you may need to do the same to /dev/hda.
Or, try using sudo, if you have it installed and configured.
If it's some locking/blocking problem accessing that device directly,
I suspect you'll see something in kern.log or dmesg.
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