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How to mount ufs in Linux

 

 

About a year ago I had my own web server on FreeBSD. It hosted several of this and a couple more sites. But somehow trouble happened to him, I had to give up it, there was no money for iron. When I took out the hard drive and stuck it into this computer from which I am writing now.

 

The server did not start, cursing about the damage to the file system.

 

Then I have on this desktop computer there was Linux, or rather Calculate Linux, and the data had to be obtained somehow. I found a way out and was able to mount a disk with the ufs file system

 

in the terminal in reod-only mode.

 

To mount a ufs disk in Linux in the terminal, run the command

 

# mount -r -t ufs -o ufstype=ufs2 /dev/disk/mount

 

 

Disk mounts fine and you can extract the data, After extracting the data, unmount the disk with the command

 

 

# umount /mount