Debian Lenny, kernel 2.6.26-2-686 I'm trying to manually mount my digital camera. Picasa recognizes the device and imports pictures. However, I'd like to access my device manually as there are small video files I'd like to retrieve. It's for a fujifilm Z33 WP digicam.
Bus 005 Device 010: ID 04cb:01f5 Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd
Bus 005 Device 004: ID 046d:c012 Logitech, Inc. Mouseman Dual Optical
Bus 005 Device 002: ID 413c:0058 Dell Computer Corp. Port Replicator
In Picasa...where it says "Select Device", it finds
USB PTP Class Camera@usb:
USB PTP Class Camera@usb:005,010
selecting either one of them can access the camera directly. How can I pinpoint my device and mount it using the regular mount /mnt/point/ /path/to/my/cam?
I used dual booting with Windows Xp and Ubuntu 10.04. Because errors, I reinstall Windows and then I could not enter GRUB, and Ubuntu partition disappear. I tried to reinstall ubuntu using live CD but I could not detect last ubuntu partitions. After I installed fresh Ubuntu on new partition, I got error message like this:
Unable to mount floppy0 Mount: block device /dev/fd0 is write protected, mounting read-only Mount: could not determine the file system type, and none was specified
I need a guicance related to mounting USB stick of 2GB capacity. Normally when I insert my USB stick it mount automatically and show me.I want that instead the usb mount automatically I manually mount it. Now there are two steps to do it. First How to stop USB to mount automatically ? Second How to mount it manually ?
I just plugged my phone containing a new SD card (bought this morning) to my PC, in order to transfert some data. The problem is that the device is detected in lsusb but doesn't appear in fdisk output (otherwise I could mount it by mount /dev/device_name /mnt/temp). It doesn't appear in GParted or as desktop icon, even after rebooting my PC keeping the device plugged in.
Is it possible to mount the SD card using the lsusb ID? Here are my outputs (the device has ID 0fce:01a7)
Code: Select allroot@dynamic:/home/dovah# lsusb Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
I have Debian Testing. I am testing XFCE and LXDE and i want to use display manager other than GDM. I have tried SLIM and XDM but when i use them i can't mount partitions and USB through Thunar, PcMan or Nautilus - i get message that i am not authorized (if i do groups in terminal - adm dialout fax cdrom floppy tape audio dip video plugdev games fuse powerdev netdev lpadmin scanner sambashare). When i install GDM everything works fine. I have installed FUSE, HAL, Udev,...I have tried a lot of stuff from AcchLinux forums but nothing worked really.
In a specific context I want to automatically make operationnal some USB WiFI devices, deploying automaticaly firwmare (may be not free packages) depending on device ID (vendor ID/product ID). Dev device is a Netgear WNA1000 (driver ath9k, with htc_9271.fw firmware).
I tried to reset the USB bus (modprobe -vr ehci_hcd; modprobe -v ehci_hcd) but it's not really reliable, with sometimes kernel panic.
Is there an "official" way to "mount" the device (the system create the device wlan0) just after deploying the firmware? Maybe using udev ?
I eventually gave up and migrated to mdadm. Works just fine. Having upgraded to jessie and solved one problem
I find the next one. When I boot into jessie my RAID device (just a data partition not /) is not found causing the boot to fail as per problems reported here
After booting I can mount my RAID device but if it's in the fstab when booting it fails. Also, I notice that some of my lvm device names have changed. After a bit of hunting around I found a couple of solutions pointing to running dmraid as a service during boot and changing the entry for the RAID device in fstab to use the UUID.
This seems to work. However this seems to be a workaround and as the lvm device paths for my / and /usr partitions have also changed, I'm wondering if there is a bug here as mentioned in the second link?
The / and /usr paths changed to /dev/dm-2 and /dev/dm-3 from the /dev/mapper/ form.
Since I use openbox with some packages from Xfce4 (mainly for convenience) I get most stuff "for free" as it were when using openbox, but I can't figure out how to mount android devices in a simple way. I can either do it manually, or install some other file manager that has this capability. This leads me to my question, I've noticed that if I install Nautilus, which automatically mounts android devices OotB, I get this functionality in Thunar as well. This leads me to believe that there is clearly a dependency package of some kind installed when running apt-get install nautilus that enables it, It'd be great to get this functionality in Thunar without having all the nautilus packages just littering about for no good reason. the required package is gvfs-backends, which I should have realized when I was unable to browse smb:// addresses. You forget a lot when you only make a fresh install once every 2 years or so.
I've upgraded my squeeze box to linux kernel 2.6.32-5. But it shows mounting "here is the uuid of / " on /root failed: Device or resource busy while booting.Here is the menuentry of linux kernel 2.6.32-5.
I noticed this message "hub 1-0:1.0: unable to enumerate USB device on port 4" appear before the kernel says "no resume image found loading normal init" or something along these lines. Basically what I mean is, this message shows up whenever the kernel loads. So I checked if anything is logged in /var/log/messages (are messages like these logged???), did not find anything in the log.
I then used this command, which showed up the message I was looking for. dmesg | grep -i enumerate [† † 2.379748] hub 1-0:1.0: unable to enumerate USB device on port 4
My USB mouse and other USB hard drives are working fine, without any problem. I just wanted to know if this is some kind of bug. I did some search I found this link , [URL], where this kind of bug was discussed. Looks like they closed the bug.
I've been having a problem with Bluetooth on Debian 8 Jessie i just can't connect to any bluetooth device, i have only tested my smartphone and my bluetooth headphones, i am using blueman manager.After attempting to connect to my bluetooth headphones/smartphone it just disconnects and says "Connection Failed: No such file or directory",i don't know if i have to create a config file or something, the error message doesn't say anything but the error previously mentioned.
I have a problem defining persistent device naming on a Debian Lenny server.I have:RAID1 controller on the server machine with two SCSI disks.external storage with RAID5. I have / mount on the first partition on the server SCSI disk and /storage mount on the external storage.
I'm experiencing a problem: The system recognizes the system disk (RAID 1), as sda or sdb - randomly.I want: To control the recognition, and tell the system that sda (sda1) will always be the system disk.The motivation: GRUB is configured to work with sda, and when the system disk doesn't, boot process fails, and I end up in the initramfs shell-like interface.
Booting the kernel . . . mount:mounting /dev on /root/dev failed: No such file or directory mount:mounting /sys on /root/sys failed: No such file or directory
I would like to ask you how to mount audio cds in linux manually. Normally, when I insert disk into cd-rom, Gnome manages to open me a window with content of cd. Everything works ok, until I try to mount same cd through shell.
First error complaining about cd being read-only can be solved using -r arugment. But, second error wants me to specify filesystem, which I don't know of course. I heard that audio cds don't have any filesystem or something similar, but how is it possible to display it's content in Gnome?
I actually mean, I would like to be able to do same thing, but without desktop environment - only through shell.
I have a problem with my WiFi HP LaserJet P1102w printer. I can add the printer, but whenever I try to print anything, say, HP testpage, I get the following errors:
Code: Select allerror: Unable to communicate with device (code=12): hp:/net/HP_LaserJet_Professional_P_1102w?ip=192.168.1.6 error: Unable to print to printer. Please check device and try again. error:¬† Unable to communicate with printer HP_LaserJet_Professional_P_1102w.¬† Please check the printer and try again.
I'm using current testing repos and the system is updated.
The printer is detected and installed via hp-setup, it just doesn't print.
This setup used to work, but I haven't printed anything in a while so can't be sure what caused it to stop working: updates, recent power outage or something else.
Printer is using a static IP address.
What works: Printing over USB works. Printing over WiFi from a different, Windows, PC works. Pinging the printer (connected over a WiFi router) works. Also, opening the printer admin page works.
What I've tried: Restarting everything. Purging all hplip packages and reinstalling.
what now trying to mount partition get this error this is the partition ubuntu 9.10 is installed on and upon reboot error no device with a long string. mount: can't find /dev/sda6/mnt in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab
so now that I believe I've successfully mounted the partition how do I direct the bootloader to this partition /dev/sda6 on /media/11076e45-e27d-470b-bb6d-6894f7809a0c type ext4 (rw,nosuid,nodev,uhelper=devkit)
When I plug in my USB stick (with fat32 filesystem, labeled flash8p1) and then try to mount it from the Places menu, I get an error box that pops up: Unable to mount flash8p1 Error mounting: mount exited with exit code 1: helper failed with: mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdc1,†missing codepage or helper program, or other error†In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try dmesg | tail† or so
I don't understand what the dmesg is telling me, but here it is for those who may understand:
I just got my Gnome-flavored Squeeze running this morning, and I'm still working out the configuration. I have disabled automounting and autobrowsing of removable media, but anyway this problem was occuring when I had automounting enabled. I have the OS installed to a 4-GB microSDHC card plugged in to the front of the computer. The computer is a Toshiba Mini NB505.
edit: And now, I just plugged the flash8p1 into a different USB port, and it mounted from the places menu. I wonder, though, if this is related to the fact that I had first mounted it from the command line.
I just installed debian and I love it so far. I'm trying to mount an ssd that I took from my previous window installation but it gives me this error:
Error mounting /dev/sdb1 at /media/meknoy/Fotoschijf: Command-line `mount -t "ntfs" -o "uhelper=udisks2,nodev,nosuid,uid=1000,gid=1000,dmask=0077,fmask=0177" "/dev/sdb1" "/media/meknoy/Fotoschijf"' exited with non-zero exit status 14: The disk contains an unclean file system (0, 0). Metadata kept in Windows cache, refused to mount. Failed to mount '/dev/sdb1': Bewerking niet toegestaan The NTFS partition is in an unsafe state. Please resume and shutdown Windows fully (no hibernation or fast restarting), or mount the volume read-only with the 'ro' mount option.
How can I sort this out? The data on the disk is important and I can not lose it.
Then my SD card with photos on it has about the same problem.
It gives me this message:
Error mounting /dev/sde1 at /media/meknoy/NIKON D7100: Command-line `mount -t "exfat" -o "uhelper=udisks2,nodev,nosuid,uid=1000,gid=1000,iocharset=utf8,namecase=0,errors=remount-ro,umask=0077" "/dev/sde1" "/media/meknoy/NIKON D7100"' exited with non-zero exit status 32: mount: unknown filesystem type 'exfat'
I am about to go bed so won't be posting for another 6 hours.i couldn't work through.I am running squeeze on an asus eeepc 1001AH Double clicking my 2 gig flash drive gives me:Error mounting: mount exited with exit code 1: helper failed with:mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdb1,missing codepage or helper program, or other errorIn some cases useful info is found in syslog - trydmesg | tail or so
I'd like to be able to manually mount a USB stick in console (before X is started) and I can't seem to find a good way to do that. I'm not too smart about HAL and UDEV and I don't want to undo the auto mount feature when X is running but still be able to manually mount and unmount as necessary; like for installing patches and packages after an install or version upgrade. It seems like there should be an entry in /etc/fstab and a directory in /mnt or /media but danged if I can find something that points the way.
I can't mount it, and also since apparently debian doesn't care about the nasty systemd but I had to deal with that but I digress.
I cannot mount my itnernal drive, and even memory cards are listed as "permission denied" even though I am part of the disks group. I know that before systemd I could just edit a udisks config file but I cannot find out where it'd even be.
I've included my /etc/fstab.
Code: Select all# /etc/fstab: static file system information. # # Use 'blkid' to print the universally unique identifier for a # device; this may be used with UUID= as a more robust way to name devices # that works even if disks are added and removed. See fstab(5).
I am part of the disks group, and am 90% sure that I edited the udisks file that says something about mount internal disk to allow active from allow_admin
The only udev rules that i've changed was the one to change the mount point for external drives to /media/drive_label instead of /media/$username/drive_label
Basically I'm trying to automount the partition after clicking on it in the file manager.
Recently updated KDE to the last version available, v4.6.4. Apparently Dolphin lost the ability to mount ntfs/fat32 volumes. It was working great with 4.6.3. I'm getting this error while trying to mount an external HDD formatted as NTFS:
An error occurred while accessing 'LaCie', the system responded: org.freedesktop.UDisks.Error.Failed: Error mounting: mount exited with exit code 1: helper failed with: mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdb1, missing codepage or helper program, or other error In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try dmesg | tail or so