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Questions relating to the Raspberry Pi USB ports and specific Raspberry Pi USB devices and device interaction.

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You have mounted a NTFS drive on unix, by default this is read-only. If you wish to mount NTFS to be able to write to, you will need NTFS-3G. Do know that NTFS in linux adds a rather large amount of …
answered Mar 3 '16 by Havnar
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vary wide. You wouldn't believe how many times the problem can be traced back to the power on Pi related issues. It could have something to do with the USB drive, if you have a spare SD card lying …
answered Aug 12 '15 by Havnar
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I'm suffering from poor network performance on my PI. I use samba to copy files from W7 to an external 3,5inch usb3 drive, NTFS formatted and mounted on the pi using NTFS (not the 3g). I have seen …
asked Aug 31 '14 by Havnar
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You could mount USB keys as NFS drives and thus, access it over your network. …
answered Dec 8 '15 by Havnar
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Could it be that you forgot to tell the system what file-system is used? try changing /dev/sda1 /mnt/usbdrive auto uid=pi,gid=pi,umask=0022,sync,auto,nosuid,rw,nouser 0 0 to /dev/sda1 /mn …
answered Aug 14 '15 by Havnar