Mounting a UFS (FreeBSD) slice on Linux

1. As usual, open up a terminal and login as root: $sudo bash

2. To check which location is the UFS drive name, enter 'fdisk -l'. You should see a line such as /dev/sdc1. Note this down.

@ As an alternative, go to System Administration -> Partition Editor to find out the drive name.

3. Enter mount -t ufs -r -o ufstype=ufs2 /dev/sdc1 /media/freebsd to mount the slice as partition under Linux.

* You can just create a new folder under /media or /mnt, in this case, freebsd.

Enabling CPU Scalling in Linux to conserve power


In addition, to add the option to manually select the speed via the CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor panel, you'll need to enter the following command in case you miss it on the source:

$sudo chmod +s /usr/bin/cpufreq-selector