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Mac OS X: access unlcean ext4 on TrueCrypt partition

I have two external drives (mirrored), encrypted with TrueCrypt, that host ext4 filesystems, each. I use ParagonExtFS to mount them at work, on the Macs we use there. At home, I have a Linux box. ...
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Partition went read-only, how to mount it again?

Every now and then the partition of my Linux installation goes read-only. Since the computer is a laptop, I suppose it's due to some writing error caused by some harsh movement. Partition was mounted ...
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How do I mount vhd disk to Ubuntu (Hyper-V)?

I use windows server 2008r2 with role Hyper-V. The guest system is Ubuntu 12.04 LTC. It is situated on the dynamic virtual hard disk VHD1. I add another VHD2 disk as SCSI. Now I want to mount this ...
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setting system time at startup from ext4 filesystem

I have a pc with no battery backup and using ubuntu 12.04 with ext4 it will constantly ask me to handle the situation by saying that my superblocks last write is in the future. So I wonder - can I ...
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mkfs.ext4 errors

I've just installed Kali Linux and am working with an img file I created from dd (/dev/zero). When I go to do mkfs.ext4 on it, I get mkfs.ext4: Device size reported to be zero. Invalid partition ...
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Mounting a remote disk image which I made local via sshfs? Possible?

The core question first: Is sshfs fit to provide low-level reads/writes/seeks as required when a file contains blockdevice-like contents? Why? Well... I am trying to locally mount a filesystem-image, ...
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How to mount read-write an ext4 partition on Windows?

I want to use ext4 on my external HDD, but it must be cross-platform. (At least Linux, Win7 & WinXP). Unfortunately, I haven't found any proper driver allowing Windows to WRITE to ext4. I've ...
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Dealing with different usernames when mounting removable media in Linux

I have a laptop in which my username is, say, "foo". I have an external drive, formatted with Ext4, for which all files are owned by "foo" (at a filesystem level). Now, I have a desktop in which my ...
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Cannot mount harddrive from HP ProBook via SATA-USB adapter

I'm trying to mount harddrive from HP ProBook 4525s to another computer for data backup from damaged laptop. There are two ext4 and one swap partition on hdd. I'm using SATA-USB adapter, but after I ...
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linux change ext4 block size to 8192 now can't mount it

I've done that: mkfs.ext4 -j -b 8192 /dev/sda3 Now I'm trying to mount it with: sudo mount -t ext4 /dev/sda3 foo But I'm getting this error: mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on ...
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ext2explore for windows doesn't read ext3/4 sparse files what does?

I have some sparse files that I want to read/copy to windows but I can't find a FS reader that works any suggestions? EDIT: to clarify the sparse files are living on an ext3 partition it's this ...
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Mount ext4 partition with >4KiB block size

I'm attempting to mount a partition from a NAS and the block size is 65536 bytes, this is above my distribution's precompiled kernel memory paging size of 4KiB, so I cannot mount it normally. Which ...
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Is there a way to mount an EXT4 volume image in Windows 7?

Made with ddrescue. I'm guessing not.
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Modify fstab entry so all users can Read and Write to an EXT4 Volume

I have an Ubuntu 10.04 box with an EXT4 partition. This partition is set to automatically mount in /etc/fstab. For the purposes of this post, we'll call it: /media/foo. Unfortunately, only root ...
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Finding out the time a filesystem was last mounted

I want to find out the last time a filesystem was mounted on Linux (Debian). Any help? Cheers Michael
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Linux: mount options to improve performance on slow HDDs?

I encounter a performance problem with two HDDs. One is fast but mounted remotely through NFS, the other is local (ext4) but slow. No, exchanging the two drives is not an option, because it would ...
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Linux File system for a 1 TB External Hard drive

I have a 1TB external seagate hard drive that i use it with my dell inspiron 1525 laptop running UBuntu 9.04. I dont intend to share my hdd with anyone, so my laptop is the ...