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Re: Help: mount xfs SD card
Corinna Vinschen <email@example.com> wrote in
> On Jul 22 12:40, Loï¿½c Tron wrote:
>> Corinna Vinschen <XXXXXXXXXXXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX> wrote
>> > On Jul 22 11:39, L Tron wrote:
>> >> I am trying to mount a XFS formated SD card without any success,
>> >> there is nothing in /cygdrive. I use cygwin 1.7 on XP SP3, and
>> >> have tried mount -f. The card has letter F: on windows but can not
>> >> be read of course.
>> > Nor can it be read from Cygwin, unless you have an XFS driver
>> > installed in Windows. Cygwin is just a user-space DLL, it does not
>> > provide OS drivers or implements its own FS access.
>> OK, thank you for the feedback. I don't know any xfs driver for
>> window, so I will continue to use Linux in Qemu.
> If you're running Linux in parallel anyway, you can also just use
> Samba to share the drive with the Cygwin box.
Yes, but I wanted to avoid qemu. I just wanted to try a faster way to
access this drive. I will stick to Qemu. Thanks again
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