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Month: June 2015

Re: [trinity-users] Unable to mount ntfs devices

From: pix3l <pix3l@...>
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2015 22:18:13 +0100
Il 26/06/2015 20:40, Dr. Nikolaus Klepp ha scritto:
> Am Freitag, 26. Juni 2015 schrieb Dr. Nikolaus Klepp:
>> Am Freitag, 26. Juni 2015 schrieb pix3l:
>>> I'm using TDE on Debian 8, and never had a problem on mounting ntfs usb
>>> drives, until I removed systemd from my system in favor of sysvinit.
>>> Since that, ,my ntfs-3g package was removed, but after reinstallation
>>> I'm getting this error:
>>> Unable to mount this device.
>>> Potential reasons include:
>>> Improper device and/or user privilege level
>>> Corrupt data on storage device
>>> Technical details:
>>> No supported mounting methods were detected on your
>>> Is this a bug or just I need some dependency?
>>> I can't figure out this problem alone...
>>> Davide
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>> Hi Davide,
>> debian does not work especially well without systemd any more - remember Henry Ford? "Any customer can have a car painted any colour that he wants so long as it is black."
>> Anyway, can you mount it as root? Is something mntioned in the logfiles?
>> Nik
> I forgot: maybe you do not have "policykit-1-gnome" installed ?
> Nik
Yes, I can mount it as root, with read and write support...
I don't have "policykit-1-gnome" installed, since it requires systemd :/