[PC-BSD Testing] pcbsd 7.0.1 - unable to mount ntfs partition

Kris Moore kris at pcbsd.com
Mon Oct 20 07:11:26 PDT 2008


krzysiek wrote:
> Hi.
> When i mount (using Dolphin) ufs, file /media/.hal-mtab looks like this:
> 
> /dev/ad1s1a    1002    0    ufs    nosuid    /media/ad1s1a
> 
> and there is /media/.hal-mtab-lock file there, and disc is properly 
> mounted.
> 
> And when i try do it with ntfs partition, /media/.hal-mtab-lock file 
> disapear and /media/.hal-mtab contain:
> 
> /dev/ad1s1a    1002    0    ufs    nosuid    /media/ad1s1a
> /media/Nowy    1002    0    ntfs    nosuid  
> after trying mount it with Dolphin more times, /media/.hal-mtab contain:
> 
> /dev/ad1s1a    1002    0    ufs    nosuid    /media/ad1s1a
> /media/Nowy    1002    0    ntfs    nosuid   /media/Nowy-1    1002    
> 0    ntfs    nosuid   /media/Nowy-2    1002    0    ntfs    nosuid   
> /media/Nowy-3    1002    0    ntfs    nosuid  
> 
> and there are empty directories Nowy, Nowy-1, Nowy-2 and Nowy-3 in /media.
> 
> regards, krzysiek
> 
> 
> ps: i update system using 
> ftp://ftp.pcbsd.org/pub/system-updates/i386/7/7.0.1update-i386-10172008.lzma 
> file (i did it manually);
> As attachment, i send "PC-BSD 7.0.1 Diagnostic Sheet, Generated: Mon Oct 
> 20 09:11:26 CEST 2008"
> 


Very weird! I'll need a bit more information to debug this. I'm not sure 
where "Nowy" is coming from. What is the NTFS device name you are trying 
to auto-mount with HAL? Can you send a listing of /dev/*



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Kris Moore
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