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    Other Running <fsck> on [ext4] filesystem.

    After a force restart, the (mounted) [ext4] filesystems became unaccessable, - on FreeBSD-12.1, - using ext2fs kernel module. The [ext4] filesystems became not mountable (by superuser), The error message was: "mount: /dev/... : Operation not permitted" As fsck (standard) does not work on ext...
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    Need help on porting ext2fs driver

    I am trying to port ext2fs driver to our code-base (which doesn't have OS) I can see that in ext2_vfsops.c file, mount related functions are registered with VFS using VFS_SET I browsed the code, but I am not able to find the exact function call flow for ext2_mount Basically, I want to know...
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    Other USB 3 and Virtual Box are not compatible with FreeBSD 11.2

    I "installed" the VirtualBox image of FreeBSD 11.2 (thought it was 12, but uname says differently). Setup is 3.5" disk with ext2 file system in USB 2 caddy -> USB 3 hub -> USB 3 port. The hub is then brought into the virtual machine using the device menu item. When the virtual machine is...
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    Howto mount ext4 (without FUSE), avoiding wrong permissions

    This is going to be short. I write this tutorial, because a lot of tutorials mention ext4fuse. While it works for some things one experiences quite a few oddities. Examples of problems I experienced: everything has only read permissions it is possible cd into non existing directories things...
  5. willbprog127

    Solved Kernel panic when copying from ext4 partition to UFS

    Greetings everyone, I already submitted a bug report for this, (205932) but thought I'd post here anyway. After a fresh, clean install of FreeBSD 10.2 amd64 on modern hardware, before installing any ports or packages, I mounted an ext4 partition read-only from device ada1 on /mnt/adisk on my...