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How to r/w Amiga FFS media in Ubuntu Linux
# HOW TO MOUNT AMIGA FFS MEDIA IN UBUNTU LINUX
# Linux comes with built-in support for Amiga FastFileSystem (AFFS).
# First we need to create a directory for mounting the partition.
sudo mkdir /media/AmigaMount
# Fire up fdisk to check the device name.
sudo fdisk -l
# My device is /dev/sdb. Using parted.
sudo parted /dev/sdb
# List Amiga partions on device.
p
# The partition I want is partition 1.
sudo mount -t affs /dev/sdb1 /media/AmigaMount
# That's it. Once you're done with moving files around you can
# unmount the partition again.
sudo umount /media/AmigaMount
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