[PC-BSD Testing] Testing Digest, Vol 42, Issue 42
kris at pcbsd.org
Tue Jul 27 09:12:29 PDT 2010
On 07/26/2010 23:39, Bill Sun wrote:
> Thanks for replying, Ian.
> I have a USB thumb drive that is formatted in FAT32, and that worked
> without any problems in Dolphin. I can see the contents without using
> sudolphin or the terminal.
> My USB NTFS drive, however, while it has directories created in /media
> for each mount attempt, is marked unmounted in Dolphin, and listing
> the mount points in the terminal shows that they are empty. Konqueror
> also shows the directories as empty.
> My internal SATA NTFS drive shows the same behavior as the USB NTFS drive.
> So this looks like Dolphin is having problems mounting the NTFS drive
> in the first place. Manually mounting the NTFS drives using ntfs-3g
> from the terminal works, and the drives become accessible from Dolphin.
> Does anyone know where to configure Dolphin's mounting options?
I've had good luck just adding the mount to /etc/fstab, and then it
shows up in dolphin all the time.
/dev/da0s1 /media/ntfs ntfs
% mkdir /media/ntfs
% chmod 777 /media/ntfs
% chown <user> /media/ntfs
That may take care of it :)
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