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Mounting USB-HDD with NTFS filesystem on Raspbian boot

I use Raspberry pi3+ as a small NAS (with Samba). I have to use a couple of HDDs in usb-sata cases with NTFS file system. Raspbian mounts them automatically on boot in /media/pi directory. I don't ...
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is the Raspbian NTFS implementation journaled?

I read somewhere that Raspbian NTFS implementation is not journaled, but I didn't find confirmation that it is true. If it is true there is a way to have it journaled? I'm using it on a USB stick ...
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Auto-mounting NTFS with usbmount gives error “Transport endpoint is not connected”

I have tried to configure usbmount to automatically mount ntfs (and other file systems, like vfat and hfsplus which all work as expected) devices. Here is my /etc/usbmount/usbmount.conf file: # ...
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Pi2 automount ntfs corrupt contents

If I mount my 2Tb HDD on a PI Zero it’s fine. If I put the same HDD on my PI2 there contents has little or no permissions and the directories appear as files. If mounted on both as NTFS-3G using the ...
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Mounted HDD formatted NTFS to Pi 3b, having some quirks

I am running a RetroPie image that downloads ROM sets directly to my Pi. As you can guess I ran out of space on my SD card. I decided to purchase a desktop hdd, seagate 3 TB with external power ...
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“Transport endpoint is not connected” after a few seconds?

I set up a RPi as a SMB server with the official Raspbian jessie image (not lite). I installed samba and ntfs-3g for this purpose. The problem is whenever I start or reboot the RPi, after a few ...
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Permission denied when tyring to use Transmission to download files to a mounted NTFS drive

I am running a Raspberry pi 2 with Ubuntu 16.04.2 as a server. I want to run transmission-daemon and download files to an external HDD formatted with NTFS. When I try to download anything to the ...
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NTFS USB device seen, but not the partitions

I have a Toshiba 1TB USB external drive attached to a Raspberry Pi running: VERSION="7 (wheezy)" The USB device is seen. It is creating a /dev/sda. However, I can't mount the partition as the ...
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Mounted usb drive with NTFS eats memory and cpu

I use my raspberry (raspian) as a backup machine. For syncing files to the sd card I use offlineimap, vdirsyncer and others (-> a lot of files are written). The backup itself is done by rsnapshot. The ...
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Delete file from external NTFS hard drive

I have an external HDD formatted in NTFS connected to my raspberry. I need to clear some space on it but, although I have all the permission and pi is the owner of most of the directories, when i ...
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Raspberry Pi Auto Mounting to the Wrong Location

I rebooted my Raspberry Pi and discovered it has auto mounted the external hard drive under /media/pi/driveLabel! I had originally created a mount point at ~/USBHDD/ before the reboot. How can I ...
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Raspberry Pi 2 not finding External HD

My Raspberry Pi 2 will not pick up my NTFS external hard drive. In dmesg I see the message USB Disconnect. I have NTFS-3g installed. /dev/sda1 does not exist.
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chmod not working on USB drive on Raspberry PI

I'm trying to share WD 2TB USB drive connected to a new Raspberry PI. Running on Raspbian Jessie version 4.1, USB drive mounts automatically. This isn't a problem, but it's not accessible from my ...