On 8/8/07, Novembre <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 8/7/07, Rakhesh Sasidharan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > Starting ntfsmount.
> > > /etc/rc: DEBUG: run_rc_command: _doit:
> > /usr/local/bin/ntfs-3g /dev/ad0s1
> > > /mnt/w
> > > indows
> > > fuse: failed to exec mount program: No such file or directory
> > > ----------
> > >
> > > I don't exactly know what it means by "fuse: failed to exec mount
> > program:
> > > No such file or directory" since /usr/local/bin/ntfs-3g exists,
> > /dev/ad0s1
> > > is my Windows 2000 partition, and I have created /mnt/windows myself.
> > Why is the mount point /mnt/windows broken over two lines? If that's the
> > actual output from fuse (and not broken coz of some wrapping while
> > emailing) then that could be the problem.
> > Regards,
> > Rakhesh
> The line is broken, since it had reached the end of line. It just wrapped
> the rest of the line into the next line. I don't think it's the actual
> output from fusefs. Here's an interesting thing though:
> # cat /var/log/messages
> Aug 8 23:37:10 homedesktop root: /etc/rc: INFO: checkyesno:
> ntfsmount_enable is set to YES.
> Aug 8 23:37:10 homedesktop root: /etc/rc: INFO: run_rc_command: _doit:
> /usr/local/bin/ntfs-3g /dev/ad0s1 /mnt/windows -o locale=en_US.UTF-8
> Aug 8 23:37:11 homedesktop ntfs-3g: Version 1.710
> Aug 8 23:37:11 homedesktop ntfs-3g: Mounted /dev/ad0s1 (Read-Write,
> label "", NTFS 3.0)
> Aug 8 23:37:11 homedesktop ntfs-3g: Cmdline options:
> Aug 8 23:37:11 homedesktop ntfs-3g: Mount options:
> So it seems the mount process was successful?! Indeed, /dev/fuse0 was
> created as well...
> Then why do I see the following message when the system boots?
> fuse: failed to exec mount program: No such file or directory
> I'm not sure if this is something to be worried about or not, but there
> are two spaces between "ntfs-3f" and "/dev/ad0s1" when the command runs. I
> have set up the startup script as mentioned before, so I'm not sure what's
> happening here as well...
I didn't get any replies, so I'll send this again. Hopefully, someone will
The problem is explained above...
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