Joined: April 2004
||Posted: May 05 2005,23:03
It's always exiting when a new version comes out. And this one is just wonderful. But allthesame I think I have found a small problem. I usually use dsl-embedded which a boot with a cd due to an old, nonupgradable, bios. When I try to mount the virtual hd in qemu, recognized as hdb, I get the message: "mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/loop0, or too many mounted file systems". I have used the same method for a while without problems but today since I installed the 1.1 version it occurs. I store a couple of uci-files there to mount at need. And it was very practical just to have to mount /mnt/hdb to access them. There is a way around though. Mounting sda1 and then mounting the virtual hd like this: #mount /dev/sda1/qemu/harddisk /mnt/test -o loop but it is kind of tedious. I guess it's not supposed to be that way. I have tried lots of times both with remastered and unremastered versions of dsl-embedded 1.1. I just thought I should mention it. I have used DSL for over a year and I think it's the best linux distro of them all. And I have tried perhaps around 60 different distros and various versions of the most popular. So keep up the development of this marvellous distro.
With kind regards meo
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