For clarity, my goal is to create a bootable install usb using the instructions in the guide here but following this results in a non-bootable usb which will not even mount as a drive once the computer has booted up.
Furthermore every 12.x iso I have tried will not even mount using the OS X disk utility, instead showing an error message "Unable to mount the_iso_i_am_trying.iso (no mountabl
i have a 1TB external hdd but its showing some error in ubuntu
Error mounting /dev/sdc1 at /media/ubuntu/NAPSTER: Command-line `mount -t "ntfs" -o "uhelper=udisks2,nodev,nosuid,uid=999,gid=999,dmask=0077,fmask=0177" "/dev/sdc1" "/media/ubuntu/NAPSTER"' exited with non-zero exit status 14: Metadata kept in Windows cache, refused to mount.
Failed to mount '/dev/sdc1': Operation not permitted
I have a ReiserFS filesystem which I have created from an ex-RAID (in case it is important) and it does not show up when I type mount or df -h. I also notice there is no mount.reiserfs. It does not really bother me but I am curious.
This simple and brief tutorial is going to show you how to automatically mount Windows 7 and other ntfs partitions in Ubuntu 12.10.
It’s easy to use NTFS Configuration tool to make Ubuntu auto-mount Windows 7 dual-boot partition.
First search for and install ntfs-config package in Ubuntu Software Center.
Then hit Ctrl+Alt+T, copy and paste this command into terminal and hit enter to run:
After trying everything that I can think of for hours, I've finally given up. I just can't seem to mount a dmg image under ubuntu 12.04. I've updated all packages, I have the latest kernel available through ubuntu's update system. This is an 64 bit installation.
I have a dmg image. I've converted it to img via dmg2img.
I connected a new internal HDD to my headless ubuntu server and would like to partition it so I can copy my existing system disk to it (the existing disk is way low on free space and the new disk is larger.)
The disk shows in /dev/sdd (there is not sdd1 or any partitions showing).