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Well assuming the volume isn't broken just remount using diskpart. In Windows open the command prompt, and type diskpart. In DiskPart type list volume. In diskpart type select volume #. Replace # with the spanned volume number. In diskpart type assign letter=b. Replace b with the letter you want it to be mounted to.


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If the wrong filesystem is being mounted at boot, then you need to edit the grub configuration. You could try the following first: update-grub Depending on what version of grub you have the generated config will be in /boot/grub/menu.lst or /boot/grub/grub.cfg; I'm assuming you have the latter (the newer variation for grub2). Check the config for lines ...


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Based on the hex dump, this could be an SCO OpenServer system. And this info might help. The best & most realistic answer I found is on the “Unix & Linux Stack Exchange” site: Connect and mount the drive on an existing SCO system or Boot the hard drive into SCO OpenServer (or SCO rescue disk if you have one) and then copy your data off via ...


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Is this because I am trying to mount an image created for a different architecture? No, it's because you're trying to mount an image that doesn't look like any mountable filesystem in the first place. It's a whole disk image – it starts with a MBR partition table, and only then has some number partitions containing filesystems, each of which would ...


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Looks like it's not mounted with quotas turned on. According to the xfs_quota man page setting quotas on root filesystems requires a different approach than other XFS filesystems. From the "QUOTA ADMINISTRATION" section of man xfs_quota: "Turning on quotas on the root filesystem is slightly different from the above. For IRIX XFS, refer to quotaon(1M). For ...


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This looks like a bug in the program file mount.vboxsf.c, which is part of the VirtualBox Guest Additions for Linux, and I believe that you are doing nothing wrong. The check for being executed under the root account is done immediately in main() at the start of the program, and before the parameters were processed, so before the user parameter was detected ...



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