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[Xen-users] mounting a filesystem image

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Subject: [Xen-users] mounting a filesystem image
From: geert Geurts <begeert@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 12:20:07 +0100
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Hello list,
I'm a quit newby on xen, I'm studying  for CLP...
I've got a domU setup and running without problems, I made a image using dd and formated after that using losetup to associate it to a loopdevice and than fdisk loopdevice to create two partitions on the image. So i've got /home/geert/xen/opensuse11/disk.img as my disk image, and it contains 2 partitions one swap device and one root partition.
They function as axpected and I'm a happy man. Except for one problem... How can I mount the second partition on the host computer? I mean I can losetup -f /home/geert.../disk.img and then fdisk -l /dev/loop0 shows my two partitions but how can I access those partitions?


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