Problem with mount_ntfs
Eric F Crist
ecrist at adtechintegrated.com
Fri Jan 30 09:44:45 PST 2004
On Friday 30 January 2004 08:15 am, Vladimir Yourtaev wrote:
> On Friday 30 January 2004 15:19, you wrote:
> > On Friday 30 January 2004 05:08 am, Vladimir Yourtaev wrote:
> > > Hello all
> > > My system FreeBSD-4.9 REALEASE
> > > kernel compiled with options NTFS
> > > hard ad0 has 3 partition:
> > > ad0s1 -Primary NTFS;
> > > ad0s2 -Extended NTFS;
> > > ad0s3 - Primary FreeBSD;
> > > When I try from to mount ntfs partition via commands: mount_ntfs
> > > /dev/ad0s1 / mnt or mount -t ntfs /dev/ad0s1 /mnt I get a messege:
> > > < mount_ntfs: vfsload(ntfs): File exists >
> > > What does this mean, and what i'll do next? How I can to get access to
> > > NTFS partition my hard drive?
> > Try this:
> > # mkdir /nt
> > # mount -t ntfs /dev/ad0s1 /nt
> > You should be ok...
> I am sorry, but this solution doesn't help resolve my problem
> and it still exists.
> Messege the same: <ntfs: vfsload(ntfs): File exists>
Could you post your /etc/fstab entries here please?
Eric F Crist
AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc
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