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Re: [SLE] HELP! fat_read_super didn't find FSINFO
- From: migdalas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Athanasios Migdalas)
- Date: Mon, 23 Aug 1999 08:01:44 +0300
- Message-id: <000e01beed24$98e98940$76021b93@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
thank you. I know about that. But on another machine I'm running Red Hat, in
old version 5.0, and *that* has no problems in reading/writing to the Win
partition. It also
reports correct the utilization of the Win partition.
I had so many troubles with SuSE linux so I start to think it was stupid to
move from RedHat to SuSE.
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From: Manuel Pomales <vectorman@xxxxxxxx>
To: SLE <suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx>
Cc: migdalas <migdalas>
Date: 23 August 1999 18:26
Subject: Re: [SLE] HELP! fat_read_super didn't find FSINFO
>On Sun, 22 Aug 1999, you wrote:
>> >%_Hi you'll!
>> I'm still having trouble with SuSE Linux 6.1 and the windows partition. I
would appreciate any
>> help. I have system with two SCSI hard disks a 4.5 GBs each. On one with
ID:0 I have Linux 6.1 and
>>on the other ID:1 I have Win98, which my son uses as a game OS. I would
>>to have access to the Win98 hard disk for storage purposes, currently my
>>games occupy about 1/3 of that space. Unfortunately while I'm able to
>>the files in the Win98 disk from Linux, Linux reports that the Win98 is
>>utilized 100%, and will not allow me to write there. Unmounting and
>>the Win98 disk by hand does not report any problem. However, I saw
>>that during booting into Linux, while mounting the win98 partition, it
>>complains as follows:
>>fat_read_super didn't find FSINFO signature. Found 0x534f4453.
>> I suppose this is the problem that makes Linux think that the Win98 disk
is fully utilized.
>>But I do not know what the above message means or how I should handle it.
>> Please help,
>> PS. If more information on the system configuration is needed, I can
provide it. DS
>Are you using the "mtools" to write to your windows partition. That's the
>only way that I've been able to write to my windows partition.
>i.e. "mcopy read.txt /windir" Try doing a "man mtools" for further
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