Re: ntfs mount errors
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- Subject: Re: ntfs mount errors
- From: Phill Atwood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2007 20:08:19 -0400
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> > >
> > > Further to my problem of not being able to automatically mount my
> > > windows xp partition and cd to it as a regular user.
> > >
> > > >from dmesg:
> > >
> > > NTFS driver 2.1.27 [Flags: R/W MODULE].
> > > NTFS volume version 3.1.
> > > NTFS-fs warning (device sda1): load_system_files(): Unsupported volume
> > > flags 0x4000 encountered.
> > > NTFS-fs warning (device sda1): load_system_files(): Volume has
> > > unsupported flags set. Will not be able to remount read-write. Run
> > > chkdsk and mount in Windows.
> > ----
> > Hi there,
> > I have no information about what was discussed before, but to me this looks like: Boot into windoze. Click on Start->Execute (don't know how this is exactly called on English windoze) or open a command window (cmd.exe). There, type: chkdsk /f . Tell windoze you want it to check the disk at reboot. Reboot into windoze, and let chkdsk repair the disk. Then reboot into linux and see what happens.
> > Cheers,
> > Stephan
You were right. I did this. I ended up having to use fsutil to force
the partition to be dirty to get windoze to check it. It did. There
were no errors. However, when I rebooted to Linux I still have the same
problem. I can mount the partition, but I can only cd to it as root.
I tried googling the error msg above but not much. Maybe I need to
contact the developers who have written this ntfs support for linux.
How would I go about finding them?