Mounting an OS/2 JFS file system - Help requested.

Running openSUSE 12.2 Linux 3.4.47-2.38-desktop x86_64 with KDE: 4.8.5 (4.8.5) “release 2” desktop and one SATA drive installed with dual boot either to Windoze 7 or openSUSE.

I am trying to recover files from a SCSI hard drive which had been formatted by OS/2 as JFS. (Plenty of background info if required but in short the old OS/2 machine died and I cannot access SCSI drive on replacement machine.)

Using Clonezilla I have been able to put a copy of the scsi disk onto my openSUSE machine at /dev/sda9.
With this partition unmounted I have checked and fixed the file system by running:-

 jfs_fsck -v -f /dev/sda9 

and this seemed to run OK. What I want to do now is mount this partition but I am not sure where and how. Tried a few mount commands but must have syntax wrong. I appreciate that I shall need to change ownership of most of the files but must first be able to mount and access as root.

Can anybody please tell me what I should do to mount this partition.
Budgie2

mount -t jfs /dev/sda9 /mnt

should be enough. If it does not work, copy and paste exact command line and its output.