Am Di, 2003-07-15 um 20.32 schrieb Dimitry V. Ketov:
> > You can already use Device-Mapper to create "partitions" on
> > your loop devices,
> You're right but I want _partitions_ but not "partitions" ;)
> It should appears like a real hardware disk, not virtual one.
I just hacked up an ugly small shell script, that uses sfdisk and
dmsetup to create the partition devices over any block device.
Just dmsetup-partitions /dev/loop0 or something.
It will then create devices /dev/mapper/loop0p1, etc... just like hda1
and so on. To remove them use "dmsetup remove loop0p1", etc...
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