ext4

  1. N

    Solved Can't mount ext4 partitions, Input/output error

    Hi. I can't mount ext4 partitions that i created on FreeBSD. I have 2 hard drives that both has one ext4 partition. # mount -t ext2fs /dev/ada1p1 /mnt/ mount: /dev/ada1p1: Input/output error I can mount it with fuse-ext2 command but i can't list the mounted directory. # fuse-ext2 /dev/ada0p1...
  2. liendolucas

    Other EXT4 wrong magic number mount error

    Hi everyone, I'm kind of shocked because I can't understand what the heck is going on after partitioning and formatting an external USB drive. I have a Raspberry Pi 3 running "FreeBSD redstar.local 13.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE" (I trimmed the output of `uname`). I plug the USB external...
  3. sidetone

    Howto: mounting ext4 partitions by using ext2fs, rw access

    More recently, ext2fs that comes in FreeBSD's base is capable of reading and writing ext4 filesystems. It's claimed to work on ext2 and ext3 as well. Previously, sysutils/fusefs-ext2 had to be used, or ext2fs could only mount ext4 as read only. Set the ext2fs driver to be loaded by compiling it...
  4. john_rambo

    Solved I have an EXT4 partition .....Can this cause any complications later ? Should I format it to UFS ?

    I have one SSD where FreeBSD is installed. I also have a spinning HDD where I keep my data. This spinning HDD is EXT4 since I was using Linux before. FreeBSD's support for EXT4 is very nice. I don't feel I am using a non native filesystem. Everything is working smoothly. My question is if I...
  5. john_rambo

    All data of an EXT4 partition just vanishes in both Caja & Thunar ......As if the partition is completely empty [Video included]

    I have two storage devices on my desktop. One SSD where FreeBSD is installed & a spinning HDD where I store my data. The partition on the spinning HDD is EXT4 coz I was using Linux before. Problem is when I open the EXT4 partition with Caja I cant view any contents of that partition as if the...
  6. Spity

    Other Format for a second disc

    I was planning to use a second hard disk as a backup for documents and files. I'm not sure what format to use ext4 / ntfs / ufs to be able to access it from FreeBSD and Win10 since I have dual boot. When I was using Linux I used a program from Windows to access ext4., But with ufs I don't know...
  7. D

    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...
  8. NapoleonWils0n

    mount linux ext4 drives on Freebsd

    You can mount linux ext4 drives on Freebsd using fusefs-ext2 package Install fusefs-ext2 # pkg install fusefs-ext2 Enable the fuse kernel module To enable loading FUSE kernel module at boot add fuse_load=YES line to the /boot/loader.conf file Edit /boot/loader.conf # vi /boot/loader.conf...
  9. AndrewMRiv

    Solved A faster way to migrate files from ext4 to UFS drive?

    I am finally migrating from Ubuntu Linux to FreeBSD! I recently removed Ubuntu 16 and installed FreeBSD 11 in its place. I have close to 3tb of data on an ext4 external HDD. My goal is to copy all of its files to my UFS drive. My Attempt: I mounted both the ext4 drive (with ext4fuse) and the...
  10. aragats

    Solved mount point listing is not permitted for root

    I have a USB flash drive with ext4 mounted by ext4fuse:$ mount | grep fuse /dev/fuse on /mnt/usb (fusefs, local, nosuid, synchronous, mounted by sergeym)$ grep ext4 /etc/fstab /dev/da0s1 /mnt/usb ext4 mountprog=/usr/local/bin/ext4fuse,noauto,late,rw 0 0Here are the permissions on the...
  11. T

    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...
  12. hanzer

    Other Which filesystem for a portable 1TB USB drive?

    I have a new 1TB portable USB hard-drive that will be used to share data among FreeBSD, CentOS, and Ubuntu machines (all OS's are kept up-to-date). The hard-drive is probably pre-formatted with NTFS but I've had problems with that filesystem in the past and I hope to find something that is more...
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