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    Default dm800, cum faci mount la un hdd usb NTFS?

    salutre!

    am vazut noile imagini CVS contin deja driverele NTFS, deci s a putea sa fie incluse si in gemini 3,8.

    va rog care stiti cum se poate sa mearga hdd extern pe usb si NTFS, sa ne spuneti si noua...adica mie:d

    va multumesc!

    care stiti germana traduceti va rog, se pare ca merge..

    http://www.dream-multimedia-tv.de/bo...p?postid=45313

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    cel putin aparent, driverele NTFS exista deja in GP˛_3.8
    BP --> Extras/Settings --> Kernel Modules --> NTFS (yes/no)

    mai departe nu mai probez, imi las HDD-ul asa cum este

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    MI AU RASPUNS PE SITE LA i-haveadrembox.com, eu o sa incerc diseara,
    n am inteles chiar tot, dar ma straduisc.

    It's normal easy to do, so I try step by step.

    So I do so as you have a E2 box DM800 and you want use a NTFS USB disk with data on it.

    First you press 2 x blue button (Blue pannel Settings) and look for an item something with kernel settings (I can't remember now the exact item name in the menu) and enable NTFS driver in the kernel.

    Next you have the choice to mount the USB disk in the /etc/automount.conf or /etc/fstab. (use an linux text editor, exist e.g. in DCC)

    example for /etc/automount (if that the 2nd USB disk connected to the box) :
    here e.g. it will be mount under the name "usbdisk", you can use an other valid name.

    usbdisk -fstype=auto,rw :/dev/scsi/host1/bus0/target0/lun0/part1

    example for /etc/fstab () :
    /dev/scsi/host1/bus0/target0/lun0/part1 /media/usb2nd auto defaults 0 0

    But before you have to create in /media a "usb2nd" folder, or use an other existing folder, that free to mount / not used for an other mount !

    Connect & switch on USB disk and Restart the DM box.

    after that you will find the disk depend where you mount it before.
    e.g. /automount/usbdisk or /media/usb2nd

    Me it self use temporay a 1TB NTFS USB 2.0 Disk. It works but the handling with NTFS disks are not optimal.
    e.g. when you select the mount of this disk e.g. in the Videoplayer to get the list of the content, it can needs several minutes (also without file - length calculating )...

    so I think mauch better to use disks as ext2/3 or FAT32 with linux boxes

 

 

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