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Old 06-13-2008, 04:30 AM
"R.Wolff"
 
Default Installing 2.1.i386 "A Minha Menina" - Report Part 2

OK,
had some small problems installing ntfs-3g.
While 'libntfs-3g' installed fine, 'ntfs-3g' didn't. It requires
'libfuse2-(>2.6)' but won't be installed because it's not in the 64 Studio
repos. While it IS in 'backports.org', it still doesn't get installed via
synaptic. So I had to manually download 'libfuse2_2.7.1-2~bpo40+1_i386.deb' &
'fuse-utils_2.7.1-2~bpo40+1_i386.deb' and install them via 'dpkg -i'.
I was so glad to figure this out by myself as a noob. Sure enough, all wasn't
too well yet. 'libfuse' didn't want to install because 'fuse-utils-2.5.3.xx' had
been installed by synaptic before. So remove that first, finally install all the
needed packages, configure my 'fstab' file and lo and behold, after a restart
all my ntfs drives/partitions are there. Hooray.

Still happy to have solved this all by myself.

And still, 64 Studio is a very strong distro nontheless.

Cheers
Raphael

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