Hi folks, I plugged in a seagate expansion drive 1Tb into my linux server for backup purposes but it is unable to mount it. I can see the expansion drive in My computer but when I click on it, it says unable to mount, device already mounted or busy.
Windows can read the hard disk with no problems. It is ntfs formatted. I installed ntfs kernel and fuse.
Recently I wanted to fix one of my SATA Hard Disks that had a damaged NTFS file system. For this, I referred to this question: Ubuntu 13.04 is unable to mount a disk drive from ex-windows system in which a tool called ntfsprogs is installed in Ubuntu.
As I did not encounter the package ntfsprogs on the Ubuntu Software Center even after running sudo apt-get update, I installed it manually.
My device is rooted, I checked with root checker.
So far I have not gotten either app to work.
They wont mount an NTFS micro SD card in the directories they say they do even though they have admin privileges.
Does any one know of a way to get these to work or know of some alternatives I can try, it must support NTFS.
I've been looking at questions like Unable to mount Windows (NTFS) filesystem due to hibernation and How do I mount a hibernated NTFS partition? and they all say "Boot into windows" which I am unable to do. Then after much cautioning, the option remove_hiberfile is suggested. I would love that option. I don't care about the programs I had open, or the data in them.
Hello sorry if this is in the wrong subbreddit but I have a problem mounting a external hard rive. I get the following error "Unable to mount the volume Details: Cannot get volume.fstype.alternative". I looked it up and the solution was to install ntfs-3g and libfuse2 it seemed. I installed libfuse2, but it said it was already installed.
I am trying to read pdf . Now when I run my intel XDK code on App preview from local or server side I never get the pdf to download. It always shows errors. Now I then checked my same code through building my app and running on android here it is also not working. After this I then checked my code through debug tab in Intel XDK .
I have installed UT2004 on linux, but I used an NTFS partition for the installation directory due to lack of diskspace. Now I have the problem that Linux (Linux Mint 16 KDE in my case) doesn't allow executables on NTFS partitions - a .sh file, in this case.