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Re: The use of exfat formatted USB-keys #61 mrvica

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Posted 2 December 2020 - 22:21

did you reboot the box after installing

opkg update && opkg install util-linux-mount



Re: The use of exfat formatted USB-keys #62 Riosa

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Posted 2 December 2020 - 22:31

did you reboot the box after installing

opkg update && opkg install util-linux-mount

Yes I did it post #39



Re: The use of exfat formatted USB-keys #63 Riosa

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Posted 2 December 2020 - 22:38

 

did you reboot the box after installing

opkg update && opkg install util-linux-mount

Yes I did it post #39

 

I run it again and the result is in the pic.

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Re: The use of exfat formatted USB-keys #64 WanWizard

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Posted 2 December 2020 - 23:18

This is an OpenPLi 7 box. This discussion is about OpenPLi 8, so totally not relevant for this case, 7 doesn't use udev.

 

Can you check the contents of the file /etc/filesystems? Is "ntfs-3g" and "exfat" listed?


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Re: The use of exfat formatted USB-keys #65 Riosa

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Posted 3 December 2020 - 07:32

This is an OpenPLi 7 box. This discussion is about OpenPLi 8, so totally not relevant for this case, 7 doesn't use udev.

 

Can you check the contents of the file /etc/filesystems? Is "ntfs-3g" and "exfat" listed?

I am sorry to jump in not relevant discusion. Yes I use openPLI 7.3 It contents "ntfs-3g" and "exfat-fuse"

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Re: The use of exfat formatted USB-keys #66 mrvica

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Posted 3 December 2020 - 15:19

the drive is physically not there, we can only speculate, I would detach all other USB drive before testing, I have here few USB 3.0 drives, they all work on PC, on my box they need external power supply or a USB Hub with external supply



Re: The use of exfat formatted USB-keys #67 Riosa

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Posted 3 December 2020 - 17:20

the drive is physically not there, we can only speculate, I would detach all other USB drive before testing, I have here few USB 3.0 drives, they all work on PC, on my box they need external power supply or a USB Hub with external supply

Do you mean disconect USB and SD card from box or software? If software I am not familiar with it. I can fallow step by step direction only :( as WanWizard gave me :) It can not be a problem with supply because it was working directly from box with openATV and openHDF image.


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Re: The use of exfat formatted USB-keys #68 Riosa

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Posted 5 December 2020 - 17:12

Hello. So any idea?







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