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Android-x86-6.0-rc1 how mount another PC partition?
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Krister Hallergard
2016-06-14 18:00:01 UTC
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Before I have been able to add "SDCARD=/dev/sda" or "SDCARD=/dev/sda1" to
the kernel command line to mount a partition wher I keep data, office and
multimedia files. Have not managed to do that with Android-x86-6.0-rc1,
please advice! http://goo.gl/EpSOi0
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Arun G
2016-06-15 04:14:23 UTC
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Before I have been able to add "SDCARD=/dev/sda" or  "SDCARD=/dev/sda1" to the kernel command line to mount a partition wher I keep data, office and multimedia files. Have not managed to do that with Android-x86-6.0-rc1, please advice! http://goo.gl/EpSOi0
http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/software/guide-mount-internal-windows-partition-t2978679
follow those instructions . it is working in android 6
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youling 257
2016-06-15 06:42:24 UTC
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read and writemount as labelwhy do not you use stickmount ?

圚 2016幎6月15日星期䞉 UTC+8䞋午1:20:54Arun G写道
Post by Krister Hallergard
Before I have been able to add "SDCARD=/dev/sda" or "SDCARD=/dev/sda1"
to the kernel command line to mount a partition wher I keep data, office
and multimedia files. Have not managed to do that with Android-x86-6.0-rc1,
please advice! http://goo.gl/EpSOi0
http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/software/guide-mount-internal-windows-partition-t2978679
follow those instructions . it is working in android 6
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youling 257
2016-06-18 18:34:42 UTC
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Sowhy aosp 6.0.1 can't use Storage&USB portable storage mount NTFS
partition ?
This is AndroidI suggest use Android apk or Storage&USB portable storageI
don't suggest use Terminal Command or boot script.
why cm13 can use Storage&USB portable storage mount NTFS partition ?

圚 2016幎6月18日星期六 UTC+8䞋午12:03:52Chih-Wei Huang写道
Post by Arun G
Post by Krister Hallergard
Before I have been able to add "SDCARD=/dev/sda" or "SDCARD=/dev/sda1"
to the kernel command line to mount a partition wher I keep data, office
and multimedia files. Have not managed to do that with Android-x86-6.0-rc1,
please advice! http://goo.gl/EpSOi0
http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/software/guide-mount-internal-windows-partition-t2978679
Post by Arun G
follow those instructions . it is working in android 6
Actually you don't need an additional tool to
mount an NTFS partition.
Android-x86 has the built-in ntfs-3g tool
ntfs-3g /dev/block/sdX /storage/D
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Hypo Turtle
2016-06-18 18:43:27 UTC
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If I'm understanding your question right then...

Because Ax86 is AOSP (or as close to as possible) and CM(13) is a custom ROM/firmware based on AOSP that modifies system source (framework/settings etc.) in order to add features.

CM13 would probably mount NTFS the same way (ntfs-3g); just that it has a button that does it for you. Or it could be something modified in vold.
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youling 257
2016-06-18 18:48:35 UTC
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cm13 use mount.ntfsand fatab.android_x86
圚 2016幎5月9日星期䞀 UTC+8䞊午11:59:10youling 257写道
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none /cache tmpfs nosuid,nodev,noatime defaults
/devices/*/usb*/* auto auto defaults voldmanaged=usb:auto
/devices/platform/80860F14:00/mmc_host* auto auto defaults
voldmanaged=usb:auto
/devices/platform/80860F14:02/mmc_host* auto auto defaults
voldmanaged=sdcard1:auto,encryptable=userdata
/devices/*/* auto auto defaults voldmanaged=usb:auto
圚 2016幎6月19日星期日 UTC+8䞊午2:43:28Hypo Turtle写道
If I'm understanding your question right then...
Because Ax86 is AOSP (or as close to as possible) and CM(13) is a custom
ROM/firmware based on AOSP that modifies system source (framework/settings
etc.) in order to add features.
CM13 would probably mount NTFS the same way (ntfs-3g); just that it has a
button that does it for you. Or it could be something modified in vold.
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youling 257
2016-07-10 05:01:09 UTC
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nicenice ! Android x86 6.0.1 r52nightly versioncan mount NTFS and ext4
partition.

圚 2016幎6月19日星期日 UTC+8䞋午3:13:03Chih-Wei Huang写道
Post by youling 257
Post by youling 257
Sowhy aosp 6.0.1 can't use Storage&USB portable storage mount NTFS
partition ?
This is AndroidI suggest use Android apk or Storage&USB portable
storageI
Post by youling 257
don't suggest use Terminal Command or boot script.
why cm13 can use Storage&USB portable storage mount NTFS partition ?
The volume daemon of AOSP doesn't support NTFS.
CM has modified the vold to detect and mount
NTFS and exFat automatically.
Surely we can leverage the code from CM.
(actually we did that in kitkat-x86 before)
But it's not a high priority task so
no dev cares to do it
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Carpe Noctem
2018-04-11 22:27:46 UTC
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The comand ntfs-3G in latest Nougat lineage do not work, it was removed?
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youling 257
2018-04-12 01:56:39 UTC
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I suggest you use busybox 1.28.1 blkidrename busybox to blkidor
/system/bin/blkid link to busybox 1.28.1
the blkid is important for Storage&USB portable storage.
https://busybox.net blkid: make it NOEXEC, make FEATURE_BLKID_TYPE=y
default https://busybox.net/downloads/binaries/1.28.1-defconfig-multiarch/
/dev/block/mmcblk1p2: LABEL="Windows系统盘" UUID="7AACA001AC9FB65B" TYPE="ntfs"
/dev/block/mmcblk1p4: UUID="57f8f4bc-abf4-655f-bf67-946fc0f9f25b"
TYPE="ext4"
/dev/block/mmcblk1p1: LABEL="ESP" UUID="9E35-2475" TYPE="vfat"
/dev/block/mmcblk1p3: LABEL="Android-x86"
UUID="e09579e5-87f6-416b-991c-4ac562bdddce" TYPE="f2fs"
/dev/block/mmcblk2p3: LABEL="SDCARD1"
UUID="db62f128-afd9-401b-9d49-c38974aec5ff" TYPE="f2fs"
/dev/block/mmcblk2p2: LABEL="内存卡" UUID="C4281238281229C6" TYPE="ntfs"
/dev/block/mmcblk2p4: LABEL="SDCARD2"
UUID="5912d1db-6e6e-e652-827d-9b97ed4a030d" TYPE="ext4"
/dev/block/mmcblk2p1: LABEL="U盘" UUID="8088-080F" TYPE="vfat"

it's not ntfs-3Git's mount.ntfs.
android_x86:/ $ su
android_x86:/ # mount.ntfs
ntfs-3g: No device is specified.

ntfs-3g 2015.3.14 external FUSE 29 - Third Generation NTFS Driver
Configuration type 1, XATTRS are on, POSIX ACLS are off

Copyright (C) 2005-2007 Yura Pakhuchiy
Copyright (C) 2006-2009 Szabolcs Szakacsits
Copyright (C) 2007-2016 Jean-Pierre Andre
Copyright (C) 2009 Erik Larsson

Usage: ntfs-3g [-o option[,...]] <device|image_file> <mount_point>

Options: ro (read-only mount), windows_names, uid=, gid=,
umask=, fmask=, dmask=, streams_interface=.
Please see the details in the manual (type: man ntfs-3g).

Example: ntfs-3g /dev/sda1 /mnt/windows

News, support and information: http://tuxera.com
11|android_x86:/ #

圚 2018幎4月12日星期四 UTC+8䞊午6:27:46Carpe Noctem写道
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The comand ntfs-3G in latest Nougat lineage do not work, it was removed?
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Krister Hallergard
2016-06-17 16:58:06 UTC
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Thank you for the clarification, though disappointing. Am looking for a
simple way to mount another partition on the PC, and the suggested
alternatives seem all but simple.
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Krister Hallergard
2016-08-15 18:38:05 UTC
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Thank you, that will be useful!
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Thank you for the clarification, though disappointing. Am looking for a
simple way to mount another partition on the PC, and the suggested
alternatives seem all but simple.
I've added back the SDCARD= function to the 6.0-rc2.
I think it's still useful to some people like you.
You may use "SDCARD=sda"
(auto select a partition on the first drive)
or "SDCARD=sda3"
(mount the third partition on the first drive)
to the kernel cmdline.
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youling 257
2016-08-26 15:47:30 UTC
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I edit CONFIG_F2FS_FS=yrecompile kernelinstall Android x86 on f2fs
partition Vold 3.0 (the awakening) firing upDetected support for: exfat
ext4 f2fs ntfs vfat
But Storage&USB can't mount f2fs partitionbecause blkid can't read f2fs
partition's labelThe platform uses blkid to detect filesystem types before
mounting, and users can choose to format the media when the filesystem is
unsupported.https://source.android.com/devices/storage/config.html

***@x86:/ $ su
***@x86:/ # blkid -v
blkid 1.0.0 (12-Feb-2003)
4|***@x86:/ # blkid
/dev/loop0: TYPE="squashfs"
/dev/loop1: UUID="70b4a52c-b8a6-44fb-babd-28688e4a9e0c" TYPE="f2fs"
/dev/loop2: TYPE="squashfs"
/dev/block/mmcblk0p1: LABEL="ESP" UUID="9E35-2475" TYPE="vfat"
/dev/block/mmcblk0p2: UUID="A4AE40E7AE40B398" LABEL="WINDOW" TYPE="ntfs"
/dev/block/mmcblk0p3: UUID="ad6d9604-20c4-4814-9b04-00ad27fd8256"
TYPE="f2fs"
/dev/block/mmcblk1p1: LABEL="UUI" UUID="8088-080F" TYPE="vfat"
/dev/block/mmcblk1p2: UUID="C4281238281229C6" LABEL="SDCARD" TYPE="ntfs"
/dev/block/mmcblk1p3: UUID="db62f128-afd9-401b-9d49-c38974aec5ff"
TYPE="f2fs"
***@x86:/ #

can you only compile blkid that support read f2fs partition label ?

圚 2016幎8月16日星期二 UTC+8䞊午1:15:01Chih-Wei Huang写道
Post by Krister Hallergard
Thank you for the clarification, though disappointing. Am looking for a
simple way to mount another partition on the PC, and the suggested
alternatives seem all but simple.
I've added back the SDCARD= function to the 6.0-rc2.
I think it's still useful to some people like you.
You may use "SDCARD=sda"
(auto select a partition on the first drive)
or "SDCARD=sda3"
(mount the third partition on the first drive)
to the kernel cmdline.
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youling 257
2016-08-26 17:05:53 UTC
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blkid read the label is important.

圚 2016幎8月27日星期六 UTC+8䞊午12:03:58Chih-Wei Huang写道
Why?
From the list you posted f2fs is detected correctly.
Isn't it?
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Krister Hallergard
2016-06-18 17:48:04 UTC
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Could you please give a step by step instruction. Terminal? Permissions?
Mount points? Script? etc
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Hypo Turtle
2016-06-18 18:16:48 UTC
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He already did:

ntfs-3g /dev/block/sdX /storage/D

With X being the partition number (check with blkid if your unsure on number); and D being the mount location.

You may need 'su' first and alsi 'mkdir /storage/D'
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youling 257
2016-06-18 18:39:17 UTC
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please use Storage&USB portable storage

these screenshotit's cm13
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youling 257
2016-06-18 18:50:53 UTC
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I edit aosp 6.0.1 fstab.android_x86also can't mount NTFS partition
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Krister Hallergard
2016-06-20 08:37:01 UTC
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In a terminal I applied these three lines:
su
mkdir /storage/sdb4
ntfs-3g /dev/block/sdb4 /storage/sdb4
Started ES File Explorer, and allowed SuperUser
Made a ES Widget on the homescreen by navigating to and selecting the sdb4
folder in /storage, yes there I could no see all folders and files on my
main windows 10 partition. Tried to play some videos, no would not play
with any player. My impression is that I need to change some permissions
or something. So I have two question:
1. Do I need to change permissions?
2. How do I avoid having to redo everything at each boot??
If I made a script with the three lines above - where do I put it to
autostart it at boot time? There is this script /etc/init.d/init.sh, but
how to enter these lines lines?
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Arun G
2016-06-20 08:49:20 UTC
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did you turned off windows fast boot ?
Post by Krister Hallergard
su
mkdir /storage/sdb4
ntfs-3g /dev/block/sdb4 /storage/sdb4
Started ES File Explorer, and allowed SuperUser
Made a ES Widget on the homescreen by navigating to and selecting the sdb4
folder in /storage, yes there I could no see all folders and files on my
main windows 10 partition. Tried to play some videos, no would not play
with any player. My impression is that I need to change some permissions
1. Do I need to change permissions?
2. How do I avoid having to redo everything at each boot??
If I made a script with the three lines above - where do I put it to
autostart it at boot time? There is this script /etc/init.d/init.sh, but
how to enter these lines lines?
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Krister Hallergard
2016-06-20 11:20:49 UTC
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Yes, have disabled hybernate
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Arun G
2016-06-20 11:27:39 UTC
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Turn off fast startup . disabling hibernation is unnecessary
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Yes, have disabled hybernate
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Krister Hallergard
2016-06-20 11:36:23 UTC
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I have always had hibernation disabled on Windows 10, as it stops me from
mounting the Windows partition from Linux. I thought that fast boot
automatically was switched off when hibernation is disabled.
Android-x86-6.0-rc1 is on its own separate partition. It can mount the
Windows partition okay, but it seems to be in read only mode.
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Krister Hallergard
2016-06-23 18:48:12 UTC
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How make a script to autostart at boot with "mkdir /storage/sdb4" and
"ntfs-3g /dev/block/sdb4 /storage/sdb4" ?
How change permissions so that I can access any file on on /storage/sdb4
?
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Mario Nash
2016-07-28 23:09:27 UTC
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How make a script to autostart at boot with   "mkdir /storage/sdb4"   and    "ntfs-3g  /dev/block/sdb4  /storage/sdb4" ?
   How change permissions so that I can access any file on on /storage/sdb4 ? 
Hello my friend. I'm using Sticky Mount app from Google Play by Chainfire. It will automatically mount the windows partitions on boot and then you can go and access then thru any explorer drive. IT works on vanila ANdroid X86 but not on Remix OS due root issue with remix os. Navigate to any file explorer app and find sdcard/usbstorage/ they will be there
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youling 257
2016-07-29 08:02:48 UTC
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圚 2016幎7月29日星期五 UTC+8䞊午11:26:27Mario Nash写道
How make a script to autostart at boot with "mkdir /storage/sdb4"
and "ntfs-3g /dev/block/sdb4 /storage/sdb4" ?
How change permissions so that I can access any file on on
/storage/sdb4 ?
Hello my friend. I'm using Sticky Mount app from Google Play by
Chainfire. It will automatically mount the windows partitions on boot and
then you can go and access then thru any explorer drive. IT works on vanila
ANdroid X86 but not on Remix OS due root issue with remix os. Navigate to
any file explorer app and find sdcard/usbstorage/ they will be there
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Krister Hallergard
2016-07-29 21:19:17 UTC
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Hi Mario, this is great news! With Sticky Mount I can now mount all my ntfs
and fat32 partitions on the same PC (but not the ext3 partitions - but ext4
probably also work). Thank you very much!
How make a script to autostart at boot with "mkdir /storage/sdb4"
and "ntfs-3g /dev/block/sdb4 /storage/sdb4" ?
How change permissions so that I can access any file on on
/storage/sdb4 ?
Hello my friend. I'm using Sticky Mount app from Google Play by
Chainfire. It will automatically mount the windows partitions on boot and
then you can go and access then thru any explorer drive. IT works on vanila
ANdroid X86 but not on Remix OS due root issue with remix os. Navigate to
any file explorer app and find sdcard/usbstorage/ they will be there
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Ildar Mulyukov
2016-08-01 19:56:24 UTC
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The only workaround is to add the sys path of
your sda to fstab.android_x86.
Did it on the running system with (a) remounting / rw (b) adding .../*/ata*/* to the fstab (c) killall vold
But that means you need to modify the ramdisk.img.
If Ax86 had init.d then it shouldn't be necessary.

Then how hard that would be to add other FSs, like ext3/4 and btrfs? Kernel already has them all, the vold left..

Best regards, Ildar.
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youling 257
2016-08-28 13:58:54 UTC
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I
notice https://sourceforge.net/p/android-x86/bootable_newinstaller/ci/marshmallow-x86/tree/initrd/bin/busybox
' blkid can read f2fs partition label and typeat debug modemount -o bind
/sbin/blkid /android/system/bin/blkidthen Storage&USB can read f2fs
partition labelbut still corrupted the Android-x86 corrupted is
normalthe SDCARD1 corrupted mean is can't mount f2fs partition.
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