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Thread: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

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    Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    can some1 pls help me?

    I followed original threadstarter's guide. was tryna configure my external nfts hard drive for read/write

    now i i think i have crashed the whole system


    X wont start for some reason now

    I get a blue screen

    i can get into the terminal.

    tried to revert to my backup fstab file

    but it wont let me cos of read only access

    pls someone help me if u can

    my email is some_ayodele@yahoo.com

    or pls post reply in this thread

    thank you

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    Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    What would the command be to display what version of ntfs-3g is installed? And what should we see if this "Christmas Edition" is installed and working properly?
    "He who lives by the penguin, dies by the penguin."
    (at least 'till he figures out what he's doing!)

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    Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    When i changed my filesystem from ext2 to ext3 it stopped mounting my drive at boot actually i can't even mount it manually, as it says that i don't have the right permissions to access it...ubuntu would recognize my other 2 partitions (not mounting) and now it doesn't =\ can't see why...

    EDIT:
    Code:
    sudo mount /dev/sda5
    Password:
    Failed to mount '/dev/sda5': Não há suporte à operação
    Mount is denied because the NTFS journal file is unclean. Choices are:
     A) Shutdown Windows properly.
     B) Click the 'Safely Remove Hardware' icon in the Windows taskbar
        notification area before disconnecting the device.
     C) Use 'Eject' from Windows Explorer to safely remove the device.
     D) If you ran chkdsk previously then boot Windows again which will
        automatically initialize the journal.
     E) Run 'ntfsfix' on Linux which will reset the NTFS journal.
     F) Mount the volume read-only by using the 'ro' mount option.
    i'm going to give that a try

    2ND EDIT: Pff...worked like a charm. Unnecessary post
    Last edited by raul_; December 31st, 2006 at 03:57 AM.
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    Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    Quote Originally Posted by givré View Post
    Hello everybody,

    This is my Christmas present for every ntfs-3g users.

    [...]

    5. Testing result :
    Since it's a testing repo, i'd like to have some feedback of how it works for you. Especialy, i'd like to know :
    - If there were no error during the installation/upgrade. Especialy during the module-assistant step.
    - If you get notify by the installer of the need of a new fuse module both via the terminal, and via a notification icone. This is really important for upgrade.
    - Obviously, if ntfs-3g work after a reboot.

    Thanks For the testing.

    Flo
    Hi Flo,

    first of all the message displayed after installing the package points to /usr/share/doc/ntfs-3g/README.debian, but it should be README.Debian. No biggie, but still, newbie users might be confused. Also, I would suggest changing the wording a bit to this:

    Code:
    Warning : Your current fuse module doesn't support fuseblk which is needed in order to run the latest version of ntfs-3g. You'll need to build a new fuse kernel module. It is provided in the fuse-source package.
    
    Please, have a look at /usr/share/doc/ntfs-3g/README.Debian to find out how to do that.
    Then, module-assistant isn't installed by default, and it's not part of build-essential. I would add:

    sudo apt-get install build-essential
    sudo apt-get install module-assistant
    to the installation steps (or fuse-source could depend on it).

    Also, I had installed an older version from one of your repositories (2006-10-31), and after doing the upgrade and running the module-assistant part I still got this error message:

    Code:
    fusermount: 'fuseblk' support missing; try the kernel module from fuse-2.6.0 or later
    Failed to create FUSE mount point: No such file or directory
    Retry to create FUSE mount point ...
    fusermount: 'fuseblk' support missing; try the kernel module from fuse-2.6.0 or later
    Failed to create FUSE mount point: No such file or directory
    ERROR: The FUSE kernel module 2.6.x is not available. Either remove the old
           FUSE kernel module (use the command 'rmmod fuse') if you have the new
           one, or compile the new module from the FUSE-2.6.x source package.
           Please see the FUSE README file and the below web page for more help:
    
                      http://www.ntfs-3g.org/support.html#fuse26
    I had to type:

    Code:
    sudo rmmod fuse
    sudo modprobe fuse
    and that installed the new module.

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    Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    Quote Originally Posted by wilberfan View Post
    What would the command be to display what version of ntfs-3g is installed? And what should we see if this "Christmas Edition" is installed and working properly?
    For the version try:

    Code:
    ntfs-3g --version
    The latest version is ntfs-3g 0.20061218-BETA.

    It works properly if you're able to mount NTFS partitions with it.

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    Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    Hello,
    i think givre.cabspace.com is offline.

    And im stuck at the fstab part now.

    The fstab has not the new partition data included. so i created a /media/x but now im lost.

    What do i need to add into the fstab file?

    from fdisk grep NTFS i can see 2 devices sda2 and sda5

    /dev/sda5/ 2812 111165

    I cant see a UUID and what shoudl the mount point look like?

    Can u past a complete fstab line for a NTFS dev please - someone.

    EDIT> rofl 115 pages has this topic is insane ....

    Ok i found out fstab isnt mounting my NTFS device but it works when i manually mount it with this command

    sudo ntfs-3g /dev/sda1 /media/sda1
    Thx
    Last edited by shareMenaPeace; December 31st, 2006 at 09:21 PM.

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    Red face Authorization problem for mounting?

    Hello, I am a new Ubuntu user and would gladly appreciate your help.

    I followed exactly the how-to directions, but I cannot see the files when clicking on the mount point. I had already used ntfs-3g on a past install of ubuntu and it had worked perfectly - But now if I click on the name of the partition, I get the message:

    "impossible to mount the selected volume.
    mount: only the user root can mount /dev/hda2 in /vaiowin".

    My guess is that this is an authorization problem, but I do not know how to fix it.

    Thank you very much for your help!!!

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    Re: Authorization problem for mounting?

    Do it with the "sudo" command in the beginning
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    Re: Authorization problem for mounting?

    Quote Originally Posted by raul_ View Post
    Do it with the "sudo" command in the beginning
    I do not understand... in the beginning at which step, raul? When editing the fstab file?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Authorization problem for mounting?

    Can you post your fstab here please?
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