Kubuntu 8.10 does not recognise external HD with NTFS and FAT32 partitions.

Ulrich Grün ulrich.gruen at gmail.com
Fri Jan 30 12:15:38 UTC 2009


Am Freitag, 30. Januar 2009 11:34:01 schrieb Bas Roufs:
> Most of this file consists of that 'no sense' and 'no additional
> sense' feedback, like in the other 2 files. No specific info found on
> the USB external HD.


Hmm, I can't figure out about this 'no sense'  and 'no additional  sense'  feedback. 
On my external HD, I receive sense information consisting of numbers. 
What happens if you try to mount the FAT partition with 'mount /dev/sdg2 /mnt/test -t 
vfat' (to do this, you must first create /mnt/test).

It will probably not work, but it then produces some error messages . .

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