A little more information. If the windows partition is a primary one, things go smoothly. And if the partiption is logical one, the error comes. I got such error msg:
deget(): entry at clust 13072!=1887112573 doscheckpath():.. not a directory? Any solutions? Thank you. On 2/9/07, ronggui <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Sorry, That's my typing mistake. The problem is still there. [MyBSD] /media/wine# mkdir 1 [MyBSD] /media/wine# mkdir 2 [MyBSD] /media/wine# mv 1 2 mv: rename 1 to 2/1: Not a directory [MyBSD] /media/wine# On 2/9/07, nicky <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > ronggui wrote: > > Hello, all. > > > > I am new to FreeBSD. I got my first question with FAT32 file-system. > > It seems quite strange. I install FreeBSD 6.2 in my asus notebook. > > When I mount windows file system, I cannot move directory even if as > > root. > > > > mount_msdosfs /dev/ad0s6 /mnt > > mkdir /mnt/1 > > mkdir /mnt2 > > mv /mnt/1 /mnt/2 > > > > The last step will complain " not a directory". But the same steps > > work in my old pc. Thanks very much. > > > Perhaps if you do > > mkdir /mnt/2 > > instead of > > mkdir /mnt2 > > Greetz. > > -- > Nicky Bulthuis > ValueCare BV > Oudlaan 4 > 3515 GA Utrecht > Mob: 06-41341545 > E-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Web: www.valuecare.nl > > > -- Ronggui Huang Department of Sociology Fudan University, Shanghai, China 黄荣贵 复旦大学社会学系
-- Ronggui Huang Department of Sociology Fudan University, Shanghai, China 黄荣贵 复旦大学社会学系
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