On Tue, 03 Apr 2012 09:41:47 -0500, ntrfug wrote:
> On Sat, 31 Mar 2012 11:59:42 -0500
> ntrfug <email@example.com> wrote:
>> For years I have been able to use external hard drives and thumb drives
>> on my systems, but not since I installed Wheezy.
>> The problem is not limited to devices with NTFS file systems; I can't
>> mount ext2 or ReiserFS devices either.
> I backup my system by exchanging the CD/DVD device for a second hard
> drive, partitioned the same as my system hard drive.
> I thought I would be organized, and created entries in /etc/fstab for
> each of those second-hard-drive partitions; the first was NTFS. I, umm,
> don't back up every day
and I had forgotted about those entries.
> Whenever I inserted any removable device, the system saw it as
> /dev/sdb1, looked in fstab, and tried to mount the device as NTFS.
> When I commented out the offending lines in fstab I was able to mount
> removable devices normally.
That's why we have to use UUID instead >:-)
> Camaleón, the log excerpt was posted to the thread in my Sun, 1 Apr 2012
> 08:15:21 -0500 reply to Andrei.
But if you mean this:
I see no mention there to the afore mentioned NTFS-3G warning at all ;-)
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