Mounting multiple logical partitions - suse 9.3
Hey all, new guy here.
Got a pretty simple question that I can't seem to find an answer for. I'm using YaST's partitioner to mount my Windows partitions, and all went well until I tried to mount 2 logical partitons.
Just as a break down, this is what I have:
Hard Drive 1: hda
Partition 1=WinXP (primary) [hda1]
Partition 2=Linux Swap (primary) [hda2]
Partition 3=Linux Root (primary) [hda3]
Hard Drive 2: hde
Partition 1=NTFS (primary) [hde1]
Partition 2=NTFS (extended) [hde2]
Partition 2a=NTFS (logical) [hde5]
Partition 2b=NTFS (logical) [hde6]
I am able to mount all but the 2 logical partitions residing in the extended partition. It seems that only 1 will mount while the other gives me an error about being unable to mount the second logical partition. It's probably something really easy but I just don't know how.
Under fstab options:
Mount in /etc/fstab by device name: checked
Arbitrary option value: users,gid=users,umask=0002,nls=utf8
And the mount points are:
and i tried:
But i keep getting an error that [hde5] is unable to mount :\
This is what fdisk has to say about it:
You need a entry in /etc/fstab:
/dev/hde5 /windows/G ntfs noauto,ro,defaults 0 0
I'll give it a try.
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