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  • #28833
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    I can’t see the content of my other partitions, even from root. How can I solve it?

    udevil: /dev/sda6 is known to mount - running mount as current user
    udevil: warning 45: options ignored for device in fstab (or specify mount point)
    mount: /media/rootMX17.1: mount point does not exist.
    
    #28834
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    Looks like you don’t have a /media/MX17.1 directory.

    Check under /media – also take a look in /etc/fstab to see where it is asked to mount /dev/sda6.

    Linux (& BSD) since 1999

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    Looks like you don’t have a /media/MX17.1 directory.

    MX17 is installed and working fine on this laptop, and I can see all the partitions content from MX.

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    Where is MX installed? Post /etc/fstab

    You could also try sudo make-fstab

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by anticapitalista.

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    sudo make-fstab

    Sorry, what nonsense… I didn’t realize.
    MX 18.3 Is installed no 17.1

    sudo make-fstab
    [sudo] password for luis: 
      make-fstab: Remove all dynamic entries from /etc/fstab
      make-fstab: Put 0 hard drive entries into /etc/fstab
      make-fstab: Put 0 removable entries into /etc/fstab
    
    # Pluggable devices are handled by uDev, they are not in fstab
    UUID=0cebb919-34da-4010-b662-fff3e0e0e570 / ext4 defaults 1 1
    #-> /dev/sda5
    UUID=4b561877-6276-48fa-be7c-092cc6906cf7  swap                                        swap       defaults                        0 0
    #-> /dev/sda1  label=System_Reserved
    UUID=66ED21040780256F                      /media/System_Reserved                      ntfs-3g    noauto,noexec,uid=1000,gid=users,dmask=002,fmask=113,users  0 0
    #-> /dev/sda2
    UUID=A4FC92C92373B651                      /media/A4FC92C92373B651                     ntfs-3g    noauto,noexec,uid=1000,gid=users,dmask=002,fmask=113,users  0 0
    #-> /dev/sda6  label=rootMX17.1
    UUID=125c03a1-5d63-4f3e-aa83-3d03d143a00a  /media/rootMX17.1                           ext4       noauto,exec,users               0 0
    /dev/cdrom                                 /media/cdrom                                iso9660    noauto,exec,users,ro            0 0
    /dev/cdrw                                  /media/cdrw                                 iso9660    noauto,exec,users,rw            0 0
    /dev/dvd                                   /media/dvd                                  udf        noauto,exec,users,ro            0 0
    /dev/dvdrw                                 /media/dvdrw                                udf        noauto,exec,users,rw            0 0
    /dev/sr0                                   /media/sr0                                  auto       noauto,exec,users,ro            0 0
    
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    Should work as user via rox /media/rootMX17.1

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    mount: /media/rootMX17.1: mount point does not exist.

    The mount-point is missing.In order to mount a file system, a mount point must be available.

    sudo mkdir /media/rootMX17.1

    should help.

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    @caprea – sudo make-fstab should also do that (as well as writing a correct fstab).

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    rootMX17.1

    I wonder whether the “dot one” causes it to be disregarded when creating the mountpoints

    https://gitlab.com/antiX-Linux/antix-libs/blob/master/make-fstab#L211

    for ext in .1 .2 .3; do
        rm -f $FSTAB_FILE$ext
    done
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    Should work as user via rox /media/rootMX17.1

    Impossible, in ROX I can’t see the partitions, only media/luis.

    Something have to be wrong.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by Aleph_Sev.
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    Did you try to create the mountpoint with

    sudo mkdir /media/rootMX17.1

    ?

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    Did you try to create the mountpoint with

    sudo mkdir /media/rootMX17.1

    Yes. Working!!!

    Now how to create the mount point in the other partitions?

    Thank you @caprea!!

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    The sda2 partition (Windows) has not a “label” and not appear on /media. How can I create a mount point for Windows?

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    sudo mkdir /media/Windows the you need to change the /etc/fstab entry to this if you want to mount it as user

    UUID=A4FC92C92373B651 /media/Windows ntfs-3g exec,uid=1000,gid=users,dmask=002,fmask=113,users 0 0

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by anticapitalista.

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    the you need to change the /etc/fstab entry to this if you want to mount it as user

    UUID=A4FC92C92373B651 /media/Windows ntfs-3g exec,uid=1000,gid=users,dmask=002,fmask=113,users 0 0

    I changed it on fstab but is impossible as user, only root.

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