#9 Cannot mount with rw access

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nobody
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2009-05-28
2009-05-28
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Hi all,

just found this nice little tool and thought it would help be, but I am struggling to get it to work. I am running OSX 10.4.11 on a PowerPC macmini. I have an USB drive with 80 GB that is partitioned with two partitions (1 GB VFAT and 79 GB ext2). After some tweaking (fsck) the program does automaticall mount both partitions. However, the ext2 is mounted read-only even though I did not configure it to do so.

Any ideas how I could change this?

here is the mount list:

/dev/disk2s1 on /Volumes/USB-BOOT (local, nodev, nosuid)

/dev/disk2s2 on /Volumes/USBDATA (local, nodev, nosuid, read-only)

This is the syslog:

===== Mittwoch, 27. Mai 2009 20:04 Uhr Europe/Zurich =====

2009-05-27 20:04:42.416 efssmartd[129] ExtFS: Media <disk2, 0x359c20> created with parent (null).

2009-05-27 20:04:42.417 efssmartd[129] ExtFS: Media <disk2s2, 0x36f9a0> created with parent <disk2, 0x359c20>.

2009-05-27 20:04:42.418 efssmartd[129] ExtFS: Media <disk2s1, 0x3735b0> created with parent <disk2, 0x359c20>.

2009-05-27 20:04:42.422 System Preferences[1586] ExtFS: Media <disk2, 0x3138d0> created with parent (null).

2009-05-27 20:04:42.424 System Preferences[1586] ExtFS: Media <disk2s2, 0x593cbb0> created with parent <disk2, 0x3138d0>.

2009-05-27 20:04:42.425 System Preferences[1586] ExtFS: Media <disk2s1, 0x593f9c0> created with parent <disk2, 0x3138d0>.

2009-05-27 20:04:42.431 System Preferences[1586] ExtFSM: **** Media 'disk2' appeared ***

2009-05-27 20:04:42.434 System Preferences[1586] ExtFSM: **** Media 'disk2s2' appeared ***

2009-05-27 20:04:42.434 System Preferences[1586] ExtFSM: **** Media 'disk2s1' appeared ***

2009-05-27 20:04:42.444 System Preferences[1586] ExtFS: Retrieved icon com.apple.iokit.IOSCSIArchitectureModelFamily.USBHD.icns from icon cache (9).

2009-05-27 20:04:42.834 efssmartd[129] ExtFS: Mount 'disk2s1' allowed.

2009-05-27 20:04:42.835 System Preferences[1586] ExtFS: Mount 'disk2s1' allowed.

2009-05-27 20:04:42.865 efssmartd[129] ExtFS: Mount 'disk2s2' allowed.

2009-05-27 20:04:42.960 System Preferences[1586] ExtFS: Mount 'disk2s2' allowed.

2009-05-27 20:04:43.409 efssmartd[129] DiskArbCallback_AppearedNotification: 0x371c20 - disk2s1

2009-05-27 20:04:43.411 System Preferences[1586] DiskArbCallback_AppearedNotification: 0x593faa0 - disk2s1

[317] :TypeError - Value undefined (result of expression this.isSectionEnabled) is not object.

2009-05-27 20:04:43.510 DashboardClient[317] (com.iSlayer.iStatpro4.widget) file:///Users/daniel/Library/Widgets/iStat%20pro.wdgt/scripts/core.js: TypeError - Value undefined (result of expression this.isSectionEnabled) is not object. (line: 528)

2009-05-27 20:04:43.515 System Preferences[1586] ExtFSM: **** Media 'disk2s1' mounted ***

2009-05-27 20:04:43.828 efssmartd[129] DiskArbCallback_AppearedNotification: 0x374980 - disk2s2

2009-05-27 20:04:43.831 System Preferences[1586] DiskArbCallback_AppearedNotification: 0x593efc0 - disk2s2

2009-05-27 20:04:43.940 efssmartd[129] DiskArbCallback_AppearedNotification: 0x3726d0 - disk2

2009-05-27 20:04:43.942 System Preferences[1586] ExtFSM: **** Media 'disk2s2' mounted ***

2009-05-27 20:04:43.943 System Preferences[1586] DiskArbCallback_AppearedNotification: 0x388b10 - disk2

[317] :TypeError - Value undefined (result of expression this.isSectionEnabled) is not object.

2009-05-27 20:04:43.959 DashboardClient[317] (com.iSlayer.iStatpro4.widget) file:///Users/daniel/Library/Widgets/iStat%20pro.wdgt/scripts/core.js: TypeError - Value undefined (result of expression this.isSectionEnabled) is not object. (line: 528)

Thanks,

Daniel

Discussion

  • Daniel Draes

    Daniel Draes - 2009-05-28

    Heureka!!!

    WIthin the bug request I found this hint:

    - Umount device
    - Turn off indexing like this
    sudo /usr/local/sbin/tune2fs -O ^dir_index /dev/sdb3
    - Mount again
    - chown own the mountpoint (/Volumes/xxx) to your user

    And be happy :)

     
  • Daniel Draes

    Daniel Draes - 2009-05-28
    • status: open --> closed
     

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