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Post subject: Messages on boot  PostPosted: 16.08.2011, 16:37



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I do not know if these qualify as a bug report, so putting it here.

On boot I get

1)

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ntfs-3g support, information, (etc etc) not found


Actually the website is not found.

Obviously because the WLAN cannects after this.
Can the sequence be changed?


2) WLAN connection times come up as about 129786 (a random
value here, the figure is similar) seconds. The time obviously is not SECONDs and is neither Mili-SEcs nor
Microseces (it is about 7 -10 seconds).

Why and how does this sort of figure come up?

3) A warning "not in virtual machine"
(I forget the exact words). Why the system assumes that
by default the machine has to be so?

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Post subject: RE: Messages on boot  PostPosted: 16.08.2011, 16:53
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3) is normal when you are not booting into a virtual machine

1+2: no idea.

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Post subject: RE: Messages on boot  PostPosted: 16.08.2011, 17:06
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I see 1) on my older ati machine, I will experiment

2) no clue, I am wired

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Post subject: RE: Messages on boot  PostPosted: 16.08.2011, 17:41
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This is the error I have

Mounting local filesystems ... ntfs-3g: Failed to access volume '/dev/sdb1: No such file or directory

NTFS-3g 2011.4.12AR.4 External Fuse 28 - Third Generation NTFS Driver
Configuration Type 7 XATTRS are on POSIX ACLS are on

News, Support and Information: http://tuxera.com

then some copyright shit

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but in my case /dev/sdb1 is my solaris hard drive (separate drive, not a partition)

Can you access/read/write your ntfs partition/drive ?

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Post subject: RE: Messages on boot  PostPosted: 17.08.2011, 09:24



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I can r/w NTFS partitions. I have to for some common data partitions
for both W7 and aptosid.

Have been carrying out du on that machine for a long time.
Hardly edited anything after the initial stuff during installation
of aptosid.

Will see how things go on new install on the new notebook just got for kid (grown-up kid).
ACER TimeLine-X 5830T.

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