I was reinstalling some CD and DVD burning softwarae k3b on my Centos 6.4 64 bit virtual box and when I re-booted my machine I got the message:Unable to Mount UDF Volume
New to the world of Linux, everything was going well on my new-refurbished T-60 when suddenly, in the middle of burning a series of iso images, my cd-rom just stopped working. No matter what I put in there, I get back "Unable to mount location: No media in drive." Additionally, I am now unable to mount a boot volume from startup!
I'm using 8.10 on a Lenovo T-60.
I am fairly new at KVM and virtual machines. I have just recently set up a virtual server (CentOS 6.4) and have a CentOS 6.4 guest on that machine. I have an lvm volume on the host machine that I would like to have the guest access, basically as a mounted drive. However I ONLY want the server and this specific guest to have access to the volume.
I have had issues with my IOMEGA Home Network drive. I have read that the way to recover your data is to hook it up as an external drive in an ubuntu machine. I have connected it using the sabrent SATA to usb cable and when I connect it to my computer, the ubuntu OS is trying to mount the volumes. It sees 2 volumes.
I have installed virtual machine running ubuntu 12.04 on my external hard drive (detected as F:\ on windows 7 host where virtual box manger is installed). I would like to share directory on F:/share which is also on the same external hard driver but a different directory.