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Re: NTFS drives automount read and write.

Postby ericbsd » Mon Dec 16, 2013 10:56 pm

It should be in media if you want mount it and automatically visible in the desktop environment.
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/dev/(your disk) /media/(your folder) ntfs-3g rw,late 0 0
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Re: NTFS drives automount read and write.

 

Re: NTFS drives automount read and write.

Postby mandog » Sun Dec 22, 2013 1:44 pm

ericbsd wrote:It should be in media if you want mount it and automatically visible in the desktop environment.
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/dev/(your disk) /media/(your folder) ntfs-3g rw,late 0 0

This does not work all it does is throw GhostBSD into kernel panic, the last thing starting on the screen is
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fusefs ada2s1   is not a valid file does not exist or folder does not exist


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root@##### /u/h/###### gpart show -p ada2
=>        63  3907029105    ada2  MBR  (1.8T)
          63        1985          - free -  (992k)
        2048  1039269888  ada2s1  ntfs  (495G)
  1039271936  2867757056  ada2s2  ebr  (1.3T)
  3907028992         176          - free -  (88k


This is what I get trying to manually mount the partition.

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root@###### /u/h/##### # ntfs-3g /dev/ada2s1 /mnt/photo
Error opening '/dev/ada2s1': Operation not permitted
Failed to mount '/dev/ada2s1': Operation not permitted
The NTFS partition is hibernated. Please resume and shutdown Windows
properly, or mount the volume read-only with the 'ro' mount option, or
mount the volume read-write with the 'remove_hiberfile' mount option.


For example type on the command line:

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#mount -t ntfs-3g -o remove_hiberfile /dev/ada2s1 /mnt/
this is what I get with this command
root@kelvin /u/h/kelvin#
mount -t ntfs-3g -o remove_hiberfile /dev/ada2s1 /mnt/photo
mount: /dev/ada2s1: Operation not supported by device


if I disable this file "/usr/local/share/hal/fdi" and enter this command

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root@##### /u/h/~~~~# ntfs-3g /dev/ada2s1 /mnt/photo


It mounts successfully but nothing else does.
It seems as if the partitions are trying to mount twice at start up and or the write permissions are not being implemented?
And yes

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fusefs_enable="YES" is in /etc/rc.conf


I also tried it as a variable in /boot/defaults/loader file that made no difference.
Your help would be appreciated
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Re: NTFS drives automount read and write.

Postby adripillo12 » Mon Dec 23, 2013 12:10 pm

mandog wrote:
ericbsd wrote:It should be in media if you want mount it and automatically visible in the desktop environment.
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/dev/(your disk) /media/(your folder) ntfs-3g rw,late 0 0

This does not work all it does is throw GhostBSD into kernel panic, the last thing starting on the screen is
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fusefs ada2s1   is not a valid file does not exist or folder does not exist


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root@##### /u/h/###### gpart show -p ada2
=>        63  3907029105    ada2  MBR  (1.8T)
          63        1985          - free -  (992k)
        2048  1039269888  ada2s1  ntfs  (495G)
  1039271936  2867757056  ada2s2  ebr  (1.3T)
  3907028992         176          - free -  (88k


This is what I get trying to manually mount the partition.

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root@###### /u/h/##### # ntfs-3g /dev/ada2s1 /mnt/photo
Error opening '/dev/ada2s1': Operation not permitted
Failed to mount '/dev/ada2s1': Operation not permitted
The NTFS partition is hibernated. Please resume and shutdown Windows
properly, or mount the volume read-only with the 'ro' mount option, or
mount the volume read-write with the 'remove_hiberfile' mount option.


For example type on the command line:

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#mount -t ntfs-3g -o remove_hiberfile /dev/ada2s1 /mnt/
this is what I get with this command
root@kelvin /u/h/kelvin#
mount -t ntfs-3g -o remove_hiberfile /dev/ada2s1 /mnt/photo
mount: /dev/ada2s1: Operation not supported by device


if I disable this file "/usr/local/share/hal/fdi" and enter this command

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root@##### /u/h/~~~~# ntfs-3g /dev/ada2s1 /mnt/photo


It mounts successfully but nothing else does.
It seems as if the partitions are trying to mount twice at start up and or the write permissions are not being implemented?
And yes

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fusefs_enable="YES" is in /etc/rc.conf


I also tried it as a variable in /boot/defaults/loader file that made no difference.
Your help would be appreciated


You can add in /boot/loader.conf

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fuse_load="YES"



also you can add the option

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-o force


but is not so good always
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Re: NTFS drives automount read and write.

Postby mandog » Mon Dec 23, 2013 2:33 pm

You can add in /boot/loader.conf
fuse_load="YES"
I had already tried that it does not make any difference, It just says on the boot screen unable to configure read/write as if something is missing.
What is Kmod fusefs as that is installed and should ntfsprogs be installed as it conflicts with fusefsntfs-3g saying they install to same directory.
This is starting to wonder if its something missing in the GhostBSD config as people seem to get it working OK in FreeBSD?
And I really need nfts-3g support as I have a lot of data on windows drives.
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Re: NTFS drives automount read and write.

Postby adripillo12 » Mon Dec 23, 2013 2:49 pm

mandog wrote:You can add in /boot/loader.conf
fuse_load="YES"
I had already tried that it does not make any difference, It just says on the boot screen unable to configure read/write as if something is missing.
What is Kmod fusefs as that is installed and should ntfsprogs be installed as it conflicts with fusefsntfs-3g saying they install to same directory.
This is starting to wonder if its something missing in the GhostBSD config as people seem to get it working OK in FreeBSD?
And I really need nfts-3g support as I have a lot of data on windows drives.


I have some problems on FreeBSD too to mount NTFS partitions. Even with FreeBSD 10.
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