Hi, I can mount the card successfully, but when I ls it, it fails. The card reads fine on another machine, and I could properly mount it a few months ago on FreeBSD 11.2. Here's the terminal log:
# uname -a
FreeBSD orthanc 12.0-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE-p3 GENERIC amd64
I'm trying to migrate my current home DIY Nas from Ubuntu Server to FreeBSD, and I'm "stumbling on small stones" as we used to say in my native idiom.
In order to backup and restore my data, I formatted some external HDDs in ext2 filesystem. They are perfectly readble/writable in Linux...
I am moving all my work environment from Linux/Debian to FreeBSD,
and I got almost all working, and working well !
Still I have to solve some minor issues as the following one.
My configuration is: FreeBSD 11.1 is running into a VMWare virtual machine,
OSX is the host. VMWare shares two...
Every time I need to do a "major" version upgrade to my jail hosts and their multiple jails, I swear that I will find a better way to do it for next time. One of the "obvious" ways would be to use an overlay filesystem but FreeBSD's implementation of ZFS still does not support that feature...
It seems to me that there is much overlap with FreeBSD documentation versus vendor documentation.
It seems such is the case with GVFS ntfs support.
For example, Nautilus in Gnome 3 already sees the partitions on my external USB2, but by default there is no access. Only manually was I able to...
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...
1. Are there any tutorials on how to use FuseFS on FreeBSD?
2. Is the py27-fs package broken?
freebsd-version -> 11.0-RELEASE-p1
sudo pkg install py27-fs
I have created a port for the Squashfuse command line program. It allows the user to mount a squash archive under a local directory and explore it. Existing FreeBSD ports allow for the extraction (unpacking) of a squashfs archive, but if we only want to browse the contents of a squash archive...
I have a host called "host" and a jail running on that host called "jail" I am trying to allow a regular user logged in interactively inside the jail to use fusefs to mount an iso, through the archivemount program.
host# sysctl vfs.usermount
First of all; yes - I do know how to load it. But this is interesting none the less.
How are FreeBSD 10.x users going to know that they need to load the fuse kernel module?
Let us look at a recent FreeBSD 10.2-stable machine:
root@kg-z30b# uname -a
FreeBSD kg-z30b.kg4.no 10.2-STABLE FreeBSD...