My problem: I've screwed up my disk by typing
'dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/rsd0c count=20',
which was not at all healthy to the contens of my disk. I should really
have typed 'sd1' instead of 'sd0' :(.
Now I've jumpered SCSI ID 0 to ID 1 and installed FreeBSD on another disk
(now SCSI ID 0 / sd0).
The manpages of dumpfs and fs tell me that I need to find a superblock.
* Does the info the superblock contains allow to find the beginning of
* How do I find the superblock?
* What is where in the superblock?
Aim is to get my user files back, and then using this disk for
I habe been using FreeBSD 2.1.0-RELEASE on the machine, installed by
the /stand/sysinstall utility, using the default partition layout
computed before I upgraded memory from 16 to 48 MB.
Any info, including hints on manpages, webpages, FAQs, ..., is valuable
Thanks in advance,