I have a FreeBSD box running on x86_64. Box have 1 TB of HDD with 9 partition out of which 8 are formatted in UFS2 and one is raw partition (200 GB ). FreeBSD running currently do not have ext2 support enabled. Linux do not have UFS RW support.
I'm working under following constraints:
a) I cannot upgrade to BSD version with ext2 support.
b) I cannot change partition table as that will lead to potential data loss
c) Box do not have NFS or USB support.
As far as I know to boot Linux my root should be ext2. Curious to know if it is possible to boot Linux on this box given above conditions.