Fedora Hardware :: "Error Creating Mount Point: Transport Endpoint Is Not Connected"

Jun 18, 2011

when i am trying to plug in my usb flash (16 GB kingstone) the fedora 15 give me the following error

"Error creating mount point: Transport endpoint is not connected" i don't know the reason for that

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Applications :: Transport Endpoint Is Not Connected

Jun 16, 2010

Normal Operation: Transmission daemon is running on a dedicated server. Connecting to the transmission web interface from a remote machine: Entering the server IP followed by the transmission port number (i.e. URL... in the web browser -> a window pops up asking for the credentials -> entering my credentials -> transmission web interface opens in the web browser.Problem Description: Can't open the transmission web interface from a remote machine behind squid proxy: Read Error.The system returned: (107) Transport endpoint is not connected

Bypassing squid proxy enables me to open the transmission web interface. Also from a WinXP machine the transmission web interface is accessible.Besides the squid error (above), SELinux alert appears too: Can someone help me with this?I'm not sure if the problem is in squid or SELinux configuration.

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Slackware :: "Transport Endpoint Is Not Connected" Filesystem Error

Jun 30, 2010

Blueman created some stuff in my home directory which are undeletable.


~/obexfs $ ls -l
/bin/ls: cannot access 00:1D:F6:40:7F:DC: Transport endpoint is not connected


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Server :: Proftpd: Unable To Open Incoming Connection: Transport Endpoint Is Not Connected?

Feb 13, 2011

Sometime, I got the error messages as I mentioned in the subject:


Feb 14 07:46:48 x proftpd[27487]: x - Fatal: unable to open incoming connection: Transport endpoint is not connected

I'm sure there are some clients connect to server at that time. What does this mean exactly? Why did it happen? Below is my configuration file:


ServerName"ProFTPD server"
ServerIdenton "FTP Server ready."


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Debian :: SSHTunnel Transport End Point Is Not Connected

Nov 18, 2015

I have some problems with my SSH tunnel. I`ll use this command:

ssh -N -F /etc/ssh/sshtunnel_conf -i /path/to/cert -p 443 -D 8081 ssh@example.com

But after a while i`ll see this message if i run ssh with -vvv debug2: channel 4: chan_shutdown_write: shutdown() failed for fd 9: Transport endpoint is not connected

After this message i can do nothing anymore i have to restart the ssh session on the server side i used: openssh-server 1:6.7p1-5 + Fail2Ban 0.8.13-1 (jessie) on the client side: openssh-client 1:6.9p1-2+b1 (stretch).I cannot find anything on the internet.

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Oct 20, 2010

In my machine, there are 2 mount points - / and /userdata. From the root user, I want to create an oracle user at the /userdata mount point, i.e the home of the oracle user should be mounted on /userdata.

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General :: Creating A Open Fuse Mount Point?

Jul 27, 2010

I have a program that can create a fuse. For that i have to specify a mount point , like mono ccfs /mount. But how will I make /mount to be a fuse mount point? I donno whether my question sounds right or makes sense. But I want to create a fuse mount basically to provide it to the program. I dont hv any device or fs to mount initially .

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Ubuntu :: Error Creating Moint Point : No Such File Or Directory?

Apr 19, 2011

I just bought a USB flash drive. Whenever i click it to open its contents it gives me the error " Unable to mount USB20FD " then under that it says "Error creating moint point: No such file or directory " (btw it does say moint point and not mount point, which is kind of weird.i can use the flash drive i just bought.

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Jul 2, 2009

Last night I let the automatic updating of packages ran on my Fedora 10 installation. It has been a few months since I ran the updating and so it took quite long. I did not monitor it closely so I am not sure which packages were updated. After the update was completed, when I restarted my computer it halted during the boot up process at the point when it was trying to mount the root file system. The error message is "mount: missing mount point".

I booted the computer using the F10 DVD and used the rescue mode to look into the /boot directory. The kernel that was booting by default was were two older F10 kernels in /boot and so I tried booting with them. The boot process went further but I was still not able to boot up F10 successfully. There were many error messages about not being able to touch files in /var/lock/subsys as it is a read-only file system.

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Fedora Networking :: Creating Wireless Access Point

Mar 19, 2009

OK, what I want to do, I think is possible but I dont kno name of it or how 2 do it under even windows for that matter. I have my current PC connected via Ethernet directly to my house router. Now on this Motherboard, I also have a wireless nic that I have no plans on usin. Can I turn it in2 an access point/wifi for other devices like iPods, Wii, Labtops, ect?Also, how would I do it if not Wifi, use the other Ethernet port to plug up say a labtop. In which the labtop uses the net I am getting from the router?

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General :: Usb Flash Drive Error / Unable To Read Mount Point

Nov 18, 2010

Also I have all files it asks for installed including dostools..Btw I used usb creator, then went to gparted and did something. The system is fat 32 now but with same message, not including ext4 part. Just the mount point message, and something about dosftools and mtools, wihich also are installed.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: NFS Mount Point On Two Servers?

Jun 1, 2010

I am trying to mount /NFS as nfs mountpoint on two servers ( A & B ) having OS OEL 5. After mounting the nfs filesystem, both of them behave normally for around 10 mins and after that the NFS file handle become stale and the mountpoints dont respond. While executing df -kh, the output hang out and the /var/log/messages show the following message:

May 27 15:48:56 earth mountd[3078]: Cannot export /NFS, possibly unsupported filesystem or fsid= required
May 28 04:04:20 earth kernel: nfs: server nas not responding, still trying
May 28 10:11:51 earth kernel: nfs: server nas not responding, still trying

The fstab entries for /NFS mountpoint on both servers is :
nas:/NFS /NFS nfs rw,bg,hard,nointr,tcp,nfsvers=3,timeo=600,rsize=32 768,wsize=32768,acti
meo=0 1 2

/etc/export entries on both server is :
/NFS *(rw,sync,no_wdelay,insecure_locks,no_root_squash)

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Fedora :: Mount Point Disappears After Reboot?

Jun 15, 2011

I have created a mount point (/media/a500) for my Iconia Tablet and added the following to get it to mount automatically.

First download and install mtpfs......Then do this

sudo nano /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTR{idVendor}=="0502", MODE="0666"
sudo mkdir /media/a500
sudo chown user:user /media/a500


This works just fine for Fedora 14 but on Fedora 15 the mount point disappears on reboot ie there is no /media/a500 folder. a500 appears under devices in Nautilus and mtpfs is ok as I can mount the device via the command line by creating the mount point setting ownership and running

Code: mtpfs /media/a500

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Jun 19, 2010

I have set up an encrypted ext4 partition on a new external USB HDD. When I plug it in, some sequence of a daemons and scripts cheerfully puts up a dialog to ask me for my pass phrase and then creates a mount point and mounts the drive in /media. I'd like to know how to configure this process to change the name of the mount point (right now it's an unwieldy hex string), it's permissions and ownership. I'm sure this is straightforward, but I just don't what the relevant programs and files are.

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Aug 19, 2011

I have just been gifted with a Linux dedicated server for the next six months, with an option to renew after that time has expired, and I'd like to set it up for FTP/P2P use. I do have some familiarity with Fedora from work, but only as a pre-installed desktop OS. The company providing the server has asked me to choose a OS, so of course I picked the one with which I already have some knowledge. They've also asked me to provide partition and mount point information, and it's here that I'm having some problems. I've spent most of my free time today reading everything I could about partitioning for a server, and I'm still not comfortable making this decision on my own.

The server comes with two drives - one 500GB and one 1TB, and 8GB RAM. My thinking is to use the 500GB drive for the OS, and the 1TB for media storage. I know I still have a good bit of learning to do, but I just want to get the blasted thing set up so I can get on with the hands-on part of figuring out how it works.

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Oct 11, 2010

Trying to install 10.10 netbook edition on my MSI U230 netbook from a USB drive. Keep getting the error "hyper transport sync flood error occurred on last boot" Press F1 to Resume. F1 causes just a reboot and the same thing happens. Anyone seen this error? It happens with both the netbook and desktop version.

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May 11, 2011

i am installing onto a serperate partition so that one is windows and the other is linux. im in the meddle of creating it right now but im stuck on the mount point. were should the mount point be? also should file system type be ext4? and under additional size options should it be fixed size, fill all space up to______, or fill to maximum allowable size?

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Fedora :: Changing Mount Point Of Automatically Recognized Devices (IPod)

Feb 24, 2010

When I attach my ipod it gets automatically recognised and mounted to "/media/user's ipod". This is great but I would like to change the mount point to just "/media/ipod/" as it easier to use with gnupod (command driven ipod access oh yes!!) I've had a look around and I know how to mount devices but I'm at a lose as to how things in fedora are automatically mounted... I use gnome so from what I've read hal, dbus, and udev yeah? but I'm not sure what configuration files need to be changed. At the moment I'm just wanting to change the ipods mount point but I would like know more so any technical how-to or articles, or things to look at (I'm thinking X), to understand auto mounting would be nice too.

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Fedora Hardware :: Find The Volume And Mountit Or Set Fstab To Create The Mount Point

Jan 13, 2010

Gateway m275 laptop with builtin smartcard reader. I've done modeprobe - <mmc module of all types> after having removed modprobe.conf file. I see that there is a pcmcia rules, Do I add all modules to this list so hat it can be probed. Once pccardctl is working, how do I find the volume and mountit or set fstab to create the mount point or to have it automatically mounted in media.

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General :: Mount External USB Drive In Debian To A Mount Point Based On The Volume Name

May 5, 2011

How do I configure my Debian installation to mount external USB drives to mount points based on the volume names of the drives? For instance, if I have a thumb drive with the volume name of "SWORDFISH," how do I have Linux mount it at /media/SWORDFISH? I'm aware that this can be setup in FSTAB, but that requires that I know the UUID of the device beforehand and that I take the time to set each external device up in FSTAB first. That does nothing for me when I have a thumb drive that has never been plugged into my computer before.

This seems to be setup by default in Ubuntu/Kubuntu, but is not working for me with a fresh installation of Debian Squeeze and KDE4. I've spent the past 2 hours Googling for a solution and have turned up nothing. UPDATE: My results are inconsistent. Sometimes Debian mounts devices to mount points based on the volume names, and other times it gives them generic mount points (e.g. /media/usb1).

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OpenSUSE :: CD / DVD Mount Adds Trailing Blanks To Mount Point?

Feb 16, 2010

On SUSE 11.2 when a CD or DVD is automounted (in the /media directory) it appears that the mount point chosen for the disk always has extra blanks at the end of the mount.

For example, if the label on the CD was DISK-001, the mount point chosen by SUSE is

/media/DISK-001 /

In 11.1 (and earlier) the mount point would have been


I'm assuming that the trailing blanks are filling in unused or blank chars at the end of the CD label.

Is there any way to change this annoying behavior? I much prefer NOT to have trailing blanks in the mount point.

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Server :: Auto Mount USB Drive To Specified Mount Point After Reboot

Jul 19, 2010

I have servers installed with RHEL 4 2.6.9-89.0.9 ELsmp. I tried using uuid and label in /etc/fstab to automount usb drives to mountpoints that I specify after reboot. Unfortunately, it just does not work in all my RHEL4 servers. After every reboot, /etc/fstab will be automatically modified and all configurations related to my USB drives will be changed. Irregardless of whether i use UUID or LABEL in my /etc/fstab.However, it works on RHEL5. But, upgrading is not an option in my environment. I have been googling around looking for alternatives but everything seems to point back to using UUID or LABEL in /etc/fstab. Anyone has tried something that works? Please help me, thank you.

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General :: Creating A VM Access Point?

Jul 9, 2011

Is it possible to run a Linux AP using a VM with a USB adapter passed through to it?

What distro should I try? Is there a Live CD with hostapd pre installed?

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Apr 23, 2011

How can I create a system restore point in Ubuntu, and when I do so am I able to restore to a point before installing Ubuntu?

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Nov 25, 2010

I am trying to mount a directory from my server onto my wireless laptop. The directory mounts successfully if I am already logged into the laptop with another account first but if I log on initially with the user who requires the mount the mount fails. I suspect the mount is taking place before my network connection is up, is it possible therefore, to delay the mount in fstab until the network is fully connected?

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Feb 10, 2011

I would like to determine what computers are currently connected to my access point/router via the command line in Linux.

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Dec 9, 2010

I have a ARM Linux based cell phone with an Atheros AR6000 wifi chipset inside. I want to use it to share my internet connection, but never mind about that. Does anyone know if it's possible to either create an Access Point or create an Ad-Hoc connection so I can connect to it with my laptop? If so, how? I looked up iwconfig, trying 'iwconfig wlan0 mode Master essid "Access_Point"', but that didn't work. I don't mind recompiling the kernel or drivers, just tell me if it's possible at all

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Mar 14, 2011

I have an Ubuntu server running Samba and I would like to share out the cdrom drive to the network. I made a share of the /media directory and it seems to work fine when I insert USB drives and I am able to browse and work with files. However, when I insert a cdrom it automatically mounts to /media/<volume name> and I get a permission denied error when I attempt to access it over the network. I am assuming this is happening because the permissions do not include the execute bit and being a read only file system I can not change this. I made the directory /media/cdrom and manually mounted the cdrom to it and I can successfully access it over the network just like the USB drives. So my question is: Is there a way to make the cdrom automatically mount and unmount to /media/cdrom when I insert and eject disks instead of to /media/<volume name>? Or maybe just have the permissions automatically set so Samba users can open it instead of just see it.

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Nov 9, 2010

i'm having an error when running a python script that uses the python-twisted-web components... i get the impression that this program was developed and tested in a debian environment. heres the readout:


Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/twisted/internet/base.py", line 1165, in run


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Feb 10, 2010

host postfix/qmgr[13020]: warning: connect to transport amavisd-new: No such file or directory

How can I fix this error? I have searched the inet but can't seem to find a solution.

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