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ordep:
I am am very new to TCL and I like what I see. I have mastered a few things, like Skype working, xclock ticking, however, I am unable  to mount the reiserfs partitions on my hard drive. I have downloaded all the reiser*.tcz files. I searched the Forum and do not find an answer I can understand.

Could someone please explain in a language for a slower mind how to mount reiserfs partitions on a hard drive.

Thanks in advance.

Rich:
Hi ordep
Did you install the  filesystems  extension?

ordep:

--- Quote from: Rich on April 03, 2012, 05:55:47 PM ---Hi ordep
Did you install the  filesystems  extension?

--- End quote ---

Yes with downloaded I meant actually installed, sorry. All the reiserfs*.tcz are found in /usr/local/sbin/. I put On Boot when
downloading.

Rich:
Hi ordep
I don't use reiserfs myself, but I would think   sudo mount /dev/partition /mnt/mountpoint   should do it.
Does  lsmod  show that the reiserfs module is loaded? What error messages do you get from the mount command?

tinypoodle:

--- Quote from: ordep on April 04, 2012, 03:24:43 AM ---
--- Quote from: Rich on April 03, 2012, 05:55:47 PM ---Hi ordep
Did you install the  filesystems  extension?

--- End quote ---

Yes with downloaded I meant actually installed, sorry. All the reiserfs*.tcz are found in /usr/local/sbin/. I put On Boot when
downloading.

--- End quote ---

Your reply is irrelevant to above question.
Those are executables for fsck and tuning, not kernel modules which you need to mount filesystems.

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