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  1. SOLVED: SuddenlyUnable to mount HDD, running Ubuntu Live

    Solved it... myself... again... lol

    For some reason my mtab file was changed to a directory, in it two files utab and utab.lock. I removed the files first then the directory. Rebooted.

    Problem...
  2. SOLUTION: SuddenlyUnable to mount HDD, running Ubuntu Live

    Solved it... myself... again... lol

    For some reason my mtab file was changed to a directory, in it two files utab and utab.lock. I removed the files first then the directory. Rebooted.

    Problem...
  3. Re: With Ubuntu Live, not able to access Win7 pc's harddisk.

    Thx for the reply

    root@ubuntu:~# df
    df: cannot read table of mounted file systems: Is a directory


    Mount list? You mean the lines in fstab?? What you see above is what I got..
    B.t.w. I was...
  4. Re: With Ubuntu Live, not able to access Win7 pc's harddisk.

    Would be nice if someone could give me a push in the right direction!!!
    I may have left something to be desired in the clarity of my question.

    I'm not able to mount any partition from the pc's...
  5. SOLUTION: Suddenly unable to mount HDD, running Ubuntu Live

    Some months ago, I had a problem with my Sitecom Nas. It crashed because the unit's OS failed. I turned to Ubuntu to save my data, I used Ubuntu Live Cd to copy the data from 1 of the Nas's disks to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to mount a network location?

    I'm running Ubuntu of an USB pen drive!! Not interested in installing, thanks for the tip though. Also the other device is a Nas I haven't be able to get to it via SSH and I cannot run a different Os...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to mount a network location?

    Thx, via the GUI it's working now... read +write.

    But... How would I do this using the terminal?


    I chose the nfs package because it's a lot smaller.. the Bootable Pen drive is for...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to mount a network location?

    Thanks!

    Tried it:


    root@ubuntu:~# nautilus smb://192.168.0.10/Disk_2
    Nautilus-Share-Message: Called "net usershare info" but it failed: 'net usershare' returned error 255: net usershare:...
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    [ubuntu] How to mount a network location?

    Very simple question:

    How do I get to a network resource in Ubuntu?

    I'm trying to mount to a partition in my network, I'm running Ubuntu Live from a Usb pen drive.

    This is what I tried:...
  10. [all variants] Raid :What does "local to host ubuntu " mean

    Hi I've been busy learning about Linux Raid . I've three straight forward questions...


    1)Can someone explain to me what does "local to host ubuntu" mean in the following output?

    Until today...
  11. [ubuntu] Stopping automount of Raid1 disks at startup

    After a problem with my Sitecom254 Nas 2 x2Tb disk Raid1 (gpt,xfs) I've been doing some testing on similar future scenario's. I need to find out if it's worthwhile to maintain this Nas device in my...
  12. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    I think this might have something to do with my problem; mounting just the mirror as a normal disk or starting the |(or another) array with just the mirror.



    And this:
  13. Re: Moving Raid array to another housing/device?

    MD Software Raid1 ,Part Table: Gpt, FileSys: XFS

    Answer:

    Easier to keep it as is, but not at all essential!!
  14. Moving Raid array to another housing/device?

    When moving a complete Raid1 array from one device (nas) to another device(pc), is it important to keep the same slot-order?
  15. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    I'm giving up on Scenario1 I read a lot in the last hours. I tried al the suggested solutions (in threads,manuals, tutorials). I haven't been able to find anyone that was able to do this...
  16. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    Hi Steeldriver!!!
    Thread is marked SOLVED isn't it??!! :P Thnx. for your input

    If you start reading at http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=12391818&postcount=27 I think it will be clear, what...
  17. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    Strange!!!! There seem to be 3 devices in the array??? And in the first output there's information that's contradictory to second output.. Look at the lines in red!!.. the list..

    Can you explain...
  18. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    Ok, I was able to restart=assemble the array after all



    root@ubuntu:~# mdadm --examine /dev/sdb1
    /dev/sdb1:
    Magic : a92b4efc
    Version : 0.90.00
    UUID :...
  19. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    Luckily I already looked at mdstat at the start of Scenario1:


    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ cat /proc/mdstat
    Personalities : [linear] [multipath] [raid0] [raid1] [raid6] [raid5] [raid4] [raid10]
    md127 :...
  20. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    Test Scenario 1


    The mount directories where created by me in advance..

    First try , as suggested by RubyLaser http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=12391639&postcount=24

    ...
  21. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    First of all... sorry for my top-down or sometimes even asymmetric learning process! I will be more patient.. thread levels are amber and not red anymore afterall ;-) Now I just want to GET IT.
    ...
  22. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    Again I can't express enough.... my never dying .... =D> My stuff is saved !!

    I'm going to play around a little now. I've put the disks back in the Nas and recreated the problem. I think the Nas...
  23. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    Hi :p I'm currently copying my data to a third Hd !!! Thanks a million, people!!

    It seems it (the completew array) mounted automatic as soon as I started Ubuntu... I just didn't see it there on...
  24. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    And here you have the output of Smartmon and Parted. I can see some errors there but it doesn make much sense to me, what are the points of interest?
  25. Re: Faulty Nas device rendered my data inaccessible

    O.K I'm back... From now on I'll try to conduct myself in a more orderly and concise manner!!

    I attached both disks to my pc, wasn't easy it's only a small box...
    I'll start posting the output as...
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