How to enable Joliet file system support?
location: linux.com - date: May 13, 2011
Ok, I`m fairly new to linux having been a Windows user for as long as there has been a windows operating system around and DOS before that even. My problem is that like a great many Windows users I have a large collection of burned CD`s & DVD`s that use the Joliet file system. But apparently the distro of Linux I`m using now (Kubuntu 10.10 32 bit) does not have support for reading the Joliet file system enabled by default and I don`t know how to enable it. So here I am asking if anyone knows how to enable it? I`m well aware that I could make an ISO image of the discs in question and then mount them as the various mounting utilities all seem to support reading the Joliet file system, but this isn`t really a viable solution since I have a few hundred discs now in my collection from my pre-Linux days and in terms of disk space this would pretty much fill my entire hard drive and then some if I were to take this approach. What I really need is to just be able to put the disc into
[SOLVED] File Sharing Error between Window 7 and Ubuntu 11.04 system
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 26, 2011
Dear forum members,
I have a ubuntu 11.04 system and a lappy with window 7 system on it.I have got samba set up on the ubuntu system so that file sharing is enable between them.However,when I put my files in my samba share and access it from the window 7 laptop.I got some errors as per attach files.I like to know the solution to solve the problems.
Appreciate all the help given
Dual boot Ubuntu and Win 7. No root file system is defined error
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 12, 2011
OK i finally got ubuntu to install with wubi on a partition that i named ubuntu on drive E, but when i start up ubuntu i get the "No root file system is defined" error. I've tried to reinstall it multiple times. Any ideas?
external hard drive exFAT file system
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 15, 2013
I am trying to inser an external hard drive which is in exFAT file system but seems not readable by the OS. i am using ubuntu 12.04
Would be good to know if there is a solution.
sudo write denied to remote file system mounted with sshfs ubuntu 13.04
- date: June 3, 2013
I'm using Ubuntu 13.04 (raring ringtail) and wish to make backup of my system using Simple Backup. For backup target I desided to use My Book Live Duo (Western Digital).
Mounting disk system is success using
sshfs [email protected]
As user I can read and write the mont point.
touch /var/backup/xxx - OK
sudo touch /var/backup/xxx == PERMISSION DENIED
Simple Backup software uses this command to start :
gksu --description /usr/share/applications/sbackup-config-su.desktop /usr/bin/sbackup-config-gtk
and returns some strange errors
"Unable to create directory for testing purpose: Directory already exists." ==> /var/backup is mount point or soft link to /mnt/backup
"The specified target directory /var/backup was not found" if I remove soft link or do umount /var/backup.
It works fine with phisical directory /var/backup
implement disk quotas for root file system in linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 2, 2011
I have a question about disk quota for users in red hat linux. There isn't any separate file system for /home and we have only one (/) root file system for everything else on the system. Is there any way that we can still implement quotas for users through their home directories was mounted on (/) root file system.
Do we need to have a separate file system (/home) compulsory for implementing disk quotas?
I need your suggestions/help on this
readonly file system on USB drive
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 28, 2011
Hello! I don't know if there is this kind of topic already, I couldn't find it, if it exists, please show me. My problem is I have an external USB drive Toshiba (320gb). It worked just fine before, but now I can't write on it because of "read-only file system". This message shows up on both my laptops when I'm trying to do some operations with it. Can somebody help me with that? Thanks in advance!
"No root file system defined" Trying to install ubuntu 10.10
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 11, 2010
hello. this is my first time posting here. i'm very new to linux and need help installing ubuntu 10.10. i get part way through and then when i pick my drive to install to i get the message "no root file system is defined." i'm trying to install to a clean hard drive with a ext4 file system. does that sound right? please help. i know this probably sounds ridiculous, but i'll pick it up quick with a little guidance. i know it! thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
How to run system file checker on ubuntu 10.10 without damaging the system
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 9, 2011
I am getting occasional errors during the boot process.
One at the beginning and one or two when I switch to single user mode.I 'd like to run the system file checker to fix any possible errors.But when I run fsck in the terminal I get the message:
Hanging on a boot while checking a file system
location: linux.com - date: November 21, 2009
Last time my system starts to hang on boot. It occurs while the "Checking file systems..." process. I noticed that it happens only when I wait established time in GRUB. If I press the "Enter" key in the GRUB menu the system will boot without any errors.
What is the reason of the bug? How can I fix it?
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