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  1. S

    Issue with NFS mount

    Hi Community, The directory /iso from the FreeBSD server has been mounted to a Rhel server. I mounted the directory about a month and a half ago. It has been working. Yesterday I created a new directory /share and wanted to replace /iso with /share. I removed /iso from /etc/exports file and...
  2. apprentice

    How to mount ext4 correctly on FreeBSD?

    Consulting google, chatgpt, forum, I was very worried about losing 1TB of data that I cannot lose. All I want to do is bring the data from a Linux ext4 partition to another disk on FreeBSD UFS. I read in several places that I should use fusefs-ext4fuse, So I prepare myself, I try to understand...
  3. O

    ZFS Cannot mount virtual disk drive after a failed upgrade [GhostBSD]

    (I asked the following question a week ago on the GhostBSD forum (https://forums.ghostbsd.org/viewtopic.php?p=11814) but have not yet received an answer, and I'm hoping someone here may be able to help.) I had GhostBSD 23.10.01 installed on a virtual machine (VirtualBox) on a 15 GB virtual...
  4. julien40

    Solved User does not have permission to unmount a device mounted with udisksctl

    Hi, I use a MOUNT.sh script that uses udisksctl to mount my devices: #!/bin/sh ls /dev/da*|xargs -n1 udisksctl mount -b I can unmount my devices with udisksctl unmount without problem. But when I use the umount or pcmanfm command to unmount the device I get an error: umount: unmount of...
  5. B

    Solved How to mount fat32lba?

    I recently acquired a cool usb stick with usb type c on one end and usb type a on the other; I figured I could use it to conveniently copy some files from my phone to bsd; sudo pkg install exfat-utils fusefs-exfat fusefs-ntfs I have fusefs loaded: sudo kldstat Id Refs Address...
  6. hishnik

    UFS Mounting UFS partition with equal to already mounted label - fails with an error.

    Hello. I'm trying to convert my boot drive to UEFI and found one problem. Boot partition at old disk should have the same UFS label as at new one. So da0p2 has this label and mounted to some place on filesystem to make /boot point there. And da1p2 has same label and can not be mounted, even by...
  7. 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...
  8. T

    USB mount point acts like ordinary empty folder

    I use the generic kernel of FreeBSD 13.1-RELEASE-p2. I set up the USB storage device automounting according to section 19.4. of the FreeBSD handbook. Until recently, everything worked normally. However, I now face the following problem. When I plug in a USB device, a folder /media/da0 is created...
  9. D

    Mount FreeBSD (UFS) filesystem under WSL2 (Debian)

    I'm attempting to share a home partition between my WSL2 (Debian) and FreeBSD (dual-boot). wsl cannot mount the partition containing the home filesystem since it is on the same disk as the C: drive. Same output for `ufs2' The partition number is correct EDIT: This is salient...
  10. K

    Lost mounted directory after suspend/resume

    Hi Everyone, I've mounted a USB flash drive with FAT32 filesystem: mount -r -t msdos /dev/da0s1 /mnt I can read the files well. But after I suspend the laptop and resume, the contents of /mnt are gone. The partition is still visible: ls -l /dev/da* crw-r----- 1 root operator 0x2b7 Oct...
  11. I

    jails Mounting an image file inside a jail

    I am trying to mount a Raspberry Pi FreeBSD image file in my "dev" jail for I can modify it. I had to make a few tweaks to my jail configuration to allow access to /dev/md* devices. I am able to intialize the image with mdconfig. The image gets assigned to /dev/md0, but when I try to run mount...
  12. K

    Solved Old server died. Trying to mount that old working disk in new server...

    Hi All, Trying to mount the old 1TB (but working disk) on new server, and get it to appear every time on boot up (and be visible in Windows via Samba). This is what "gpart show da0" shows: => 63 1953525105 da0 MBR (932G) 63 1953525105 1 freebsd [active] (932g)...
  13. 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...
  14. Keve

    Identify OS version on a mounted memstick

    I have FreeBSD-13.0-RELEASE-i386-memstick.img which I wrote to an USB stick. I also have FreeBSD-13.0-RELEASE-amd64-memstick.img on another, and FreeBSD-12.2-RELEASE-xxx-memstick.img on yet another. Now, from the comfort of the FreeBSD installed and loaded from my HDD/SSD: How can I tell that...
  15. vlig

    Solved Can't mount Pi4's neither Samba nor NFS shares

    So, a Pi4 box is a server (192.168.66.40), a FreeBSD 13.0 laptop is a client (192.168.66.24). As far I understood, mount Samba is absolutely impossible? Because mount_smbfs still doesn't know what is SMB2+ 😣 (I don't want to use smbclient, really). OK, let's try NFS. No way too. It just hangs...
  16. T

    BROKEN NFS SERVER OR MIDDLEWARE

    Hello, I am currently having an issue mounting a remote (LAN) file directory from a Truenas server on to a freebsd virtual machine (13.0-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE-p3) unaltered kernel. I set /etc/fstab in this manner: 10.111.111.70:/mnt/storage /home/user/backup nfs rw,hard,intr 0 0 I...
  17. ziomario

    mount: /dev/md1: No such file or directory

    Hello. What I would like to do is to increase the internal space of the qcow2 file below (where there are 3 partitions : GPT ; root UFS and swap,checked in Linux). This is what I tried : mdconfig -a -t vnode -f FreeBSD-13.0-RELEASE-arm64-aarch64.qcow2 md1 mkdir -p /mnt/md1 mount -t ufs...
  18. ziomario

    I'm looking for a secure ext driver for linux which works great on Freebsd

    Hello. Since I have a lot of disks partitioned and formatted with the ext4 fs,I'm looking for a working ext driver that can I use on Freebsd that gives to me read and write access to those disks. I've found the fuse-ext2 from the ports,but here : https://github.com/alperakcan/fuse-ext2 I can...
  19. R

    Mount Point of USB-Sticks

    Hello, I'm just new as a Member, but have read a lot here in this forums ans got a lot of help. So, Thanks a lot for that. Now, I have a Problem, which I couldn't found in the Internet and perhaps somebody could give me a hint. I am using FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE with Plasma5 and I have a Problem...
  20. J

    Solved Unexpected behavior mounting NFS share to jail data

    The following scenario is happening on two freshly installed FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE hosts. Host A acts as an NFSv4 server. It provides the following share: 192.168.250.61:/myshare Host B can successfully mount and browse the share using mount -t nfs -o nfsv4,rw 192.168.250.61:/mysare /mnt. Host B...
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