Hello,I'd like to mount a USB disk on a CentOS 6 machine, but this USB disk has been formatted on a Mac and contains HFS volume.When I try to mount the disk, I have this erro... [by limsadmin]
I have a fresh install of Mythbuntu 14.04 on an old 1U server. I have the system booting successfully to a RAID 5 volume formatted with EXT4, and I have a single large disk formatted to XFS where all Myth content is saved. I can mount the disk using "sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/disk", but I am unable to stick this into fstab and get it to mount during boot.
I'm running a Centos VM in VMWare Fusion 5.x. The VM is an Aspera file transfer server and the files being sent are stored on the mounted disk. I've allocated 50 GB for the VM disk and shared another volume from the host (/mnt/hgfs/Aspera). It looks like the file transfers are taking up space on the root volume and Centos is complaining that it's out of space.
So. My system have 2 solaris10 machine but system disk of machine 1 data crash.I bring the system disk of machine 1 install on machine2 for get data from disk machine1 but I can't mount disk. because msg is
bash-3.00# mount /dev/dsk/c1t3d0s0 /mnt
mount: /dev/dsk/c1t3d0s0 is not this fstype
disk can see in the format command.
please me for solve this problem Thank everybody.