Jon Peatfield wrote:
> Pruet Boonma wrote:
> > mount: mount-2.7f
> > Linux spring 2.0.33 #2 Wed Apr 15 09:03:51 ICT 1998 i586 unknown
> > spring:/# mount -t ext2 -o noatime /dev/hda3 /mnt
> > mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/hda3,
> > or too many mounted file systems
> > spring:/# mount -t ext2 /dev/hda3 /mnt
> > spring:/#
> > ----------------------------------------------
> > What should I do ?
> Rebuild mount. noatime is controlled by the M_NOATIME bit in the flags, and
> is only enabled if <linux/fs.h> contains the M_NOATIME define when mount is
> If you upgraded your kernel from a version which didn't have noatime then you
> need to make sure that the new kernel headers will be referenced from
> /usr/include/linux and build mount again.
> Fro anyone who uses redhat 4.2, doesn't know how to build mount and trusts me
> (!) you can get a new mount from:
> or the SRPM from:
> which was built on redhat 4.2 against the 2.0.34pre9 kernel headers (though it
> will work with earlier kernels which dupport noatime). This is just a rebuild
> of the mount from redhat 5.0...
> -- Jon
You right, the problem is solved. Just download via FTP, compile and
install and everything is going in its way.Thanks.
Received on Tue Jun 02 1998 - 14:31:48 MDT
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