unknown filesystem type ntfs
smcnam at gmail.com
Wed Sep 7 03:48:05 PDT 2011
On Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 4:59 AM, Pranshu Nahar <pranshu24 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello friends,
> I am working on Beagleboard.But I can access the files from a FAT32 file
> system pendrive but I am unable to play a pendrive with NTFS filesystem.
> I get the following error:"unknown filesystem type ntfs "
FYI, this question is completely unrelated to gstreamer.
There are two ways to access NTFS filesystems on Linux (that I know of):
2. There's an in-kernel read-only `ntfs' driver. It's in the mainline
Linux kernel so all you have to do is flip on the config option and
recompile. Or maybe you already have the driver but you haven't loaded
# modprobe ntfs
But keep in mind that the in-kernel driver is READ ONLY, so if you
want read/write, you MUST use ntfs-3g.
Please try to diagnose your problems first and post them to a relevant
list, as filesystem drivers on embedded systems is a pretty far
stretch away from a media framework...
> Do I need to upgrade the kernel with ntfs support??
> If yes,please tell me how ?I am completely new to this kernel development
> part ..
> Pranshu Nahar
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