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Old 01-20-2007, 01:30 AM   #1
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Fedora, Fuse, on boot windows partition mount


Hi!

Please , help me.

I use Fedora Core 5.

I had fstat with 3 additional mount points for my 3 ntfs partitions.
It worked, but for some reason refused to work last time.

What I did before it refused to work are:
1)Installed wine
2)tried to install Oxford English Dictionary.exe from CD under wine.

I noticed during installtion(when I tried to eject CD) that some message window came with some error like that: "/dev/fuse ..error...device in use" and I failed open my CD drive and eject disk.

Then I did rebbot and ejected my CD, but I noticed during boot messages like that: /dev/fuse access denied .
My ntfs partitions failed to mount during boot , but I still able to mount them after boot.


My questions:
1) What I need to see all boot messages so send stack to forum?
2) May be you can suggest what a problem with my ntfs boot mount and how it relay to fuse?

Thanks!!
 
Old 01-21-2007, 05:03 PM   #2
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1) What I need to see all boot messages so send stack to forum?
Check /etc/syslog.conf. AFAIK it goes to /var/log/boot.log.


2) May be you can suggest what a problem with my ntfs boot mount and how it relay to fuse?
Maybe it's because you're using ntfs3g.
 
Old 01-22-2007, 01:34 PM   #3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by unSpawn
1) What I need to see all boot messages so send stack to forum?
Check /etc/syslog.conf. AFAIK it goes to /var/log/boot.log.


2) May be you can suggest what a problem with my ntfs boot mount and how it relay to fuse?
Maybe it's because you're using ntfs3g.
Yes, thanks, I really use ntfs3g, how can it affect my fuse?


Log file boot.log ,by the way, I can't open in text editor, may be some log viewer required...
 
Old 01-22-2007, 02:13 PM   #4
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I did find the solution:

Here are details:
http://forum.fedoraforum.org/forum/s...ght=ntfs+mount


What I was need it is set SELinux to "permissive"

So it is security issue.
 
  


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