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Answer my own question against [Voyage-linux Digest, Vol 124, Issue 5]

Haruto Iba
Hello Punky-san,

Please allow me to answer my own question against [Voyage-linux Digest,
Vol 124, Issue 5].
'mount error(13): Permission denied' seems to be caused by default
security type of MuBox DAC2 Kit.

By adding ' -osec=ntlmv2' parameter in the command line, the error
disappears. I don't know the meaning though!

So the command line should look like this now:
# mount -t cifs -o ro  -o iocharset=utf8 -o sec=ntlmv2,username=hoge,password=hoge //192.168.0.161/share/music /var/lib/mpd/music

The reason why  I need this command is that I shut down my NAS at night
time and when I power on Voyage Mubox at such time by mistake, Mubox
freezes at startup.

Instead crontab shell polls NAS and if it's alive ,the shell issues
mount command. This is all about.

Regards,

Haruto Iba

On Tue, 07 Apr 2015 12:00:01 +0800
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>Hello, Punky-san,
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>This may overrup with former 'cifs error' Vol 124, issue 3 & 4,
>the following command generates error and it won't disappear.
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># mount -t cifs -o ro  -o iocharset=utf8 -o username=hoge,password=hoge
>//192.168.0.161/share/music /var/lib/mpd/music -o rsize=8192,wsize=4096
>mount error(13): Permission denied
>Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)
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>Strangely enough, this  command works fine with my ALIX.
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>Your help is very much appreciated.
>Thank you.
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>Haruto Iba
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Help : Cannot install latest on ALIX 3D2

Jam Hamidi
What is going on here?

I hadn’t updated my voyage running on ALIX for a while, so I went to install the latest on a 4 Gb CF card, but it refuses to load.  I have done this many times, my steps:

I’m on OSX, running VirtualBox.

Download the live cd 2014-11-11, version 0.9.5

Runs fine in Virtual Box.

My steps in voyage:
  mkdir /tmp/root
  mount -o loop /lib/live/mount/medium/live/filesystem.squashfs /tmp/root
  cd /tmp/root
  mkdir /tmp/cf
  /usr/local/sbin/format-cf.sh /dev/sda
  /usr/local/sbin/voyage.update
     
Nothing weird there.  But the CF card won’t boot in the ALIX 3D2.  Just a solid green light, nothing flashing.  As if it’s not a bootable card.

Jam







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