Search this Thread 07-26-2007, 06:10 AM #1 xpucto Member Registered: Sep 2005 Location: Vienna, Austria Distribution: Mint 13 Posts: 522 Rep: mount: block device is write-protected, mounting read-only Hallo! How to reduce the width of the equation in a text paragraph? As a consequence, changes made on Linux may be lost. When you turn off Windows by hibernating it, you are essentially pausing the system and saving all of that information (into a big file called hiberfil.sys) This way when you resume have a peek at this web-site
Reload to refresh your session. Results 1 to 9 of 9 Thread: problems with "mount -t cifs": mount: cannot mount block device //192.168.1.50/share Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch What version of Windows do you use? –yanglifu90 Aug 26 '12 at 7:22 add a comment| 18 Answers 18 active oldest votes up vote 208 down vote accepted A bug has Installing smbfs fixed the problem. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2127616
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Click on Save changes. hiero2 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by hiero2 03-06-2014, 03:52 PM #6 lleb Senior Member Registered: Dec 2005 Location: How to stop NPCs from picking up dropped items Two-way high power outdoor Wi-Fi My boss asks me to stop writing small functions and do everything in the same loop How Ubuntu Mount Cifs Read Only Source : http://blog.shahariaazam.com/fast-startup-turn-on-or-off-in-windows-10 share|improve this answer answered Dec 4 '15 at 22:23 Shaharia Azam 20923 +1: Should be the accepted answer.
Code: sudo smbmount //192.168.1.50/share /home/sander/mnt --verbose -o username=nmt,password=1234 Also, there's a difference between smbclient and smbmount: smbmount ignores settings in smb.conf Code: [email protected]:~$ sudo smbmount //192.168.1.50/share /home/sander/mnt --verbose -o username=nmt,password=1234 sudo: You signed in with another tab or window. Word for a Fact Believed by a Sub-Culture Is there a way to block a President Elect from entering office? http://superuser.com/questions/515777/error-mounting-samba-share-cannot-mount-block-device-xxxx-read-only Hibernating saves the current state information to the hard disk and then powers down the computer.
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Thanks for the thread! when I try to mount with the command line I get this: Quote: sudo mount -t cifs -o username=myuser //XXX.XXX.XX.XX/myServer /home/myuser/backup mount: block device //XXX.XXX.XX.XX/myServer is write-protected, mounting read-only mount: cannot Cannot Mount Block Device Read-only Centos As there was no user-space program to prompt for a password (CIFS being loaded into the kernel instead), it almost makes sense that you'd have to specify the password as an Mount Block Device Is Write-protected Mounting Read-only Linux Adv Reply March 20th, 2013 #5 sanderj View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu addict and loving it Join Date Jan 2009 Location ::1 Beans 2,485 Re: problems with
does not work properly. When fast startup is enabled, part of the metadata of all mounted partitions are restored to the state they were at the previous closing down. I ran into the problem using Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy) and 8.10 (Intrepid) LiveCDs, but the information below should apply equally well to any new-ish distribution for which 'cifs' is being implemented I would look in the logs to see why this happened. Cannot Mount Read-only Centos
Doing so will result in the filesystem being corrupted when you resume your hibernated windows session. –psusi Jan 4 '15 at 4:24 3 I concur with @psusi: this is very In order to make sure the script may always be called I placed it in /bin and marked it as executable. Popular Posts Using SASS with Eclipse 8 views JCL Users Guide 3 views XMLTV for EyeTV 2 views Photoshop Elements 13 - Can not sign in to activate software 2 views share|improve this answer edited Oct 1 '12 at 9:06 devav2 16.7k95578 answered Sep 9 '12 at 20:35 root 6111 2 I believe shutdown /s /t 0 is sufficient...
This can be achieved by issuing as an administrator the command: powercfg /h off You can check the current settings on Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Power Options > Mount Error(13) Permission Denied Ubuntu share|improve this answer answered Dec 6 '12 at 17:00 Jeff Ward 30629 1 nice question and answer - the error is definitely completely misleading... So when I booted up an Ubuntu 8.10 LiveCD, I expected Code: mount -t cifs //servername/sharename /local/mount/point -ousername=myname to prompt me for a password; instead I got the same confusing error
where XY is the partition e.g sda2 or sdb1 ntfsfix repairs some fundamental NTFS inconsistencies, resets the NTFS journal file and schedules an NTFS consistency check for the first boot into
Any idea why this works for others but not for me? –Bill The Ape Dec 30 '14 at 4:16 | show 9 more comments up vote 74 down vote Use ntfsfix CAP_SYS_ADMIN works on my local dev box (OS X 10.10 with Docker Toolbox 1.8.1b) but it fails to work on the CI build agent (Ubuntu 15.04 using the docker-engine package from This thread is still valid for Elementary OS Freya. I noticed when installing that smbfs has a dependency on cifs-utils, which also got installed, and which may be the current culprit.
I simply installed cifs-utils, which does appear to be the culprit. What they have done is make it so that when you turn off your computer it really goes into hibernation for a quicker boot when you switch it on again. You can use this guide to disable fast startup in Windows 8: http://itsfoss.com/solve-ntfs-mount-problem-ubuntu-windows-8-dual-boot/ share|improve this answer answered Mar 26 '14 at 20:42 abhishek 1,19269 This was exactly what the As a monk, can I use Deflect Missiles to protect my ally?
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed cpuguy83 commented Mar 19, 2015 @tbronchain No, it means you need to use the above docker run command to be able to use mount in a container. lleb View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries View LQ Wiki Contributions Find More Posts by lleb 03-07-2014, 03:08 PM #7 hiero2 LQ Newbie This can happen to any NTFS partition when selecting "Shut down" or "Hibernate" under Windows 8 or 10.
To disable this feature in Win 8, search for "choose what the power buttons do" under settings, click the shield to unlock the checkboxes, and you can enable or disable the Much appreciated.