Mounting exFat device
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Mon Mar 8 16:30:45 UTC 2021
On 3/8/21 12:19 AM, Gary Aitken wrote:
> On 3/7/21 7:41 PM, Steven Friedrich wrote:
>> I have a Samsung 500GB T7 which I formatted with Windows 10 as exFat,
>> and put music videos and movies.
>> I have tried what was suggested at:
>> I have loaded fusefs.ko:
>> # kldstat Id Refs Address Size Name 19 1
>> 0xffffffff82913000 103f0 fusefs.ko 20 1 0xffffffff82924000
>> 2940 nullfs.ko
>> I have installed fuse ports:
>> # pkg info -a|grep -i fuse fusefs-exfat-1.3.0
>> Full-featured exFAT FS implementation as a FUSE module
>> fusefs-libs-2.9.9_2 FUSE allows filesystem implementation
>> in userspace fusefs-ntfs-2017.3.23 Mount NTFS partitions
>> (read/write) and disk images
>> # mount -t exfat /dev/da0s1 /mnt mount: /dev/da0s1: Operation not
>> supported by device
>> gpart show da0 => 63 976773105 da0 MBR (466G) 63 1985
>> - free - (993K) 2048 976768065 1 ntfs (466G) 976770113
>> 3055 - free - (1.5M)
> My notes say last time I did this (2020-03-28 for sure) I used
> on 11.3 RELEASE
> kldstat still shows fuse.ko, although I haven't mounted for a while.
The fuse(4) module has been renamed to fusefs(4) for
other filesystems. You should update any kld_load="fuse"
/etc/rc.conf, fuse_load="YES" entries in /boot/loader.conf, and
"options FUSE" enties in kernel config files.
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