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Old 09-06-2009, 02:35 PM   #1
sealer2050
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ubuntu 9.04 see my ntfs raid but i can't access it


ok it's a sata raid 0 on an ich5r south bridge on a asus p4p 800se.

root@bub-desktop:/home/bub# dmraid -a y
RAID set "isw_ijdehjdhc_RAID0" already active
RAID set "isw_ijdehjdhc_RAID01" already active
RAID set "isw_ijdehjdhc_RAID02" already active
RAID set "isw_ijdehjdhc_RAID05" already active
RAID set "isw_ijdehjdhc_RAID06" already active
RAID set "isw_ijdehjdhc_RAID07" already active
RAID set "isw_ijdehjdhc_RAID08" already active
RAID set "isw_ijdehjdhc_RAID09" already active

it see the ntfs partitions that i have set up

but.... it maps it as /dev/mapper/isw_ijdehjdhc_RAID01

and when i try to open it "No application is known for this kind of file."

soo. what application can i use to open my raid or?
 
Old 09-06-2009, 04:39 PM   #2
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Create a mountpoint (a directory) where you want the files to show up: mkdir /mnt/winraid
Mount it: mount -t ntfs <devicename> /mnt/winraid where you should replace <devicename> with the actual name of the RAID device (check your dmesg output for info).


ok that allowd me to read it now how do i automount this eveytime i boot up?
 
  


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