Unfortunately no - to what? This allowed windows to see the drive, but not access it. The work-a-round is to run the following in a terminal on the guest. Check using exportfs -a Client Side changes: 1. In any case, look at the lvm tools to see what they think about the volume. Sorry you lost a volume that way.
So the first install error: mount -t nfs 172. In advance sorry if this problem has been asked about and solved 10 000 times already on this forum, I've been researching my issues without success and therefore I'm calling for help here in the newbie corner. Let me see if I am getting it correctly: 1. I also tried pacman -S gummiboot. Not the answer you're looking for? I've been using a second hard drive in a Dell Latitude system running Ubuntu Natty 11. The work-a-round is to run the following in a terminal on the guest. Once that is completed we can start iperf in server mode on one box: iperf -s ------------------------------------------------------------ Client connecting to 10.
The question was already asked for example and , but are either or the answers are not helpful in my case. Thanks for the quick reply. This confirmed that the mount command is indeed calling the mount. Apr 2014, 18:52 Perry: I have a Ubuntu14. When I try to mount the drive in ubuntu I get the subject error message.
Besides if it were fat32 or something, woudn't it have just worked in Windows? Thanks, Andy Posts: 3 Joined: 2. I'm a novice Linux guy with a big problem. Second, please use code tags for things like. I really need the data on that drive!! Eh, Just mentioning the fsck tool. My disk is a ssd, and I completely formatted it before trying to install Arch Linux on it. Thinking I might be screwed, I installed the drive back into my ubuntu system so that I could move all the files off it, format the disk for windows, and then move them back. Excuse the shout, but I killed a whole volume with that mistake.
So due to their lack of use, I tend to forget what the syntax and such is. Here is the output you asked for. Thank you for this warm welcome I modified my message according to your tips. After doing that and rebooting I cannot mount shared folders. .
When it didnt work you put it back on, on Ubuntu machine. This is the fix that worked for me. Would you like to answer one of these instead? When it was in the windows machine, besides bringing it online which made it show as available in Win Explorer , I attempted to open it and received a message indicating that the drive was inaccessible and needed to be formatted. And well, your sanity check made my day Indeed i didn't created a filesystem on this partition, I only did it on the linux filesystems like it's written in the guide i believe. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. This may take a while.
Maybe there is a change in the guest additions which require a kernel module which we do not include? However, these packages are already installed. Sorry if that is a dumb question. Host: Windows 7 64bit Guest: Ubuntu 13. Site Moderator Posts: 34373 Joined: 6. The reason for the issue was found and fixed.
I checked dmesg but didn't see anything that seemed to have any relation with my problem. New machine runs Windows and you tried to put the second hdd of your Ubuntu machine to Windows machine. The error message mentions: for several filesystems e. I've even reinstalled them just to be sure. Dell Latitude system running Ubuntu Natty. That is what I remember, but again that ext4 doesn't really mean anything to me, so i can't say i'm certain.
There are also a whole bunch of other useful post formatting tricks there as well. Hi all, I installed the VirtualBox-4. You have a good idea though for the swap space check though. The kernel is up to date. The guest is running Ubuntu 12.