Quote Originally Posted by givré View Post
alan_daniel, you fall to a case which is difficult to manage by the script, sometimes it works, sometimes not. Two solutions :
- set a label to your HD, that would make the life of the script more easy
- mount it in a terminal with :
pmount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sd*
see fdisk -l to know the name of your device.
I tried mounting it with the pmount command, and i got this error: "Error: could not get sysfs directory"

I don't know how to set a label on the hard drive, so I don't know how to go that route

Thanks for your help