*When I mount the single CD ROM it now shows as cd0a
even though it's coded as cd0d in etc/fstab above. These
are how windows shows the drives and this is now their bios boot orders
that im still trying to figure out for USB, pcmcia and other NIC's.
1. a: drive is a 1.44 floppy.
2. b: drive 5-1/4" drive. They became obsolete in the 90's
when CDROMS came about.
3. c: drive is the internal hard drive.
4. d: drive is the CD ROM
5. e: drive are detachable USB ports. OpenBSD has not yet mounted them?
This is what's currently mounted and shown by mount command. *See following notes.
/dev/wd0a on / type ffs (local)
/dev/wd0e on /home type ffs (local, nodev, nosuid)
/dev/wd0d on /usr type ffs (local, nodev)
/dev/fd0a on /mnt/floppy type msdos (local)
*following notes. The USB sticks are showing as 2.0-3.0 version but the
board hubs are showing as ver. 1. Windows mounts them but data transfer
rates are very slow. I was able to mount them on 1.0 hubs with Linux on
a IBM. When I code NTFS as "*read only" the XP drive mounts without the
mount command. I can access and read it but I haven't yet been able to
write to it. NTFS above is not coded as read only and does not mount
automatically as it is now. XP can be installed as FAT32 but the format
should be irrelevant to octal permission settings, and there appears to
be more than 1 NTFS format which is unknown with the install disk.