Stan Cooper wrote: > Okay, making progress. The problem was the distro was copied before Dec 6, so > I had to rebuild the ports tree. That done, I built out fuesfs-ntfs. But I > still can't mount the drive. I edited /etc/fstab thus: > > /dev/ad0s1 /win fuse rw 0 0 > > I also tried "fusefs" in the above. Then I ran: > > # mount_fusefs /dev/ad0s1 /win > mount_fusefs: /dev/ad0s1 on /win: Operation not supported by device. > > Am I screwed? > TIA, > Stan > The command for fusefs-ntfs is ntfs-3g not mount_fusefs. no idea how to have fstab use it as the example given in the manpage is for linux.
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