On 0, Jon Molin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Before you just stopp reading with the thought 'duh, this question is for
> freebsd-newbie' please read it becouse i've asked it both at newbie and
> questions and haven't got any sullotion.
> What I'm trying to do is to simply add a new ide drive with only freebsd to
> get some more space and i can't do it. Fdisk doesn't seems to write the info
> to the drive. I've used it before so i know there's no problem with the drive
> itself, tried both fat32 and ext2fs and that works just fine. The kernel finds
> the drive:
> ad3: 6187MB <FUJITSU MPB3064ATU> [13410/15/63] at ata1-slave UDMA33
Easiest way to do this is to use /stand/sysinstall - be careful about it
(think about what you're doing before you commit anything), but by using the
fdisk & disklabel sections of the prog, it's pretty simple to add an extra
drive... It warns you that you should "only use this on a RUNNING system!"
in certain places - that's normal. You're basically editing what the system
uses for mount points, etc. Just don't muck around with your running