Good Day DaniWeb Users, I'm having hard time to mount my 3 TB External Hard Drive/Disk I do mount my external hd using this command.. sudo mount /dev/sdc1 /media/Archive/ I do df -lh and seen my mounted device. Here is my Problem: 1. When I enter fdisk -l ~ I saw a warning: WARNING: The size of this disk is 3.0 TB (3000558944256 bytes). DOS partition table format can not be used on drives for volumes larger than 2.2 TB (2199023255040 bytes). Use parted(1) and GUID partition table format (GPT). what would be the problem? I do format it in …

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I'm using cloud. I want to mount a folder in the cloudstack management server to the system where xenserver is installed. But while doing it, error occurred. I have done so many things but error exist. [root@xenserver2 ~]# mount -t nfs 10.176.14.26:/mnt/secondary /secondarymount mount: 10.176.14.26:/mnt/secondary failed, reason given by server: Permission denied 10.176.14.26 is the management server ip. Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance!

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lavdo dekho 1)press windows button 2)type "system monitor" 3)click on "file systems" 4)double click on "host" 5)its done ye maza aa gaya . wa wa ye maza aa gaya hai na

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Created app to run checklists for employees and rewards for customers. I am wondering if possible to mount the device for anti-theft reasons. The "iPod Touch Anti-Theft Mount" would be nice. For a retail solution. Looking for something pretty and semi-permanent. I want to be able to remove the device undamaged. Ideas guys?

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Hi everybody, I'm trying to set up a File Server running on Linux but I encountered some strange difficults... The hard disk I want to share is a 320GB I formatted before to install the Operating System (Ubuntu Server 10.10) and I formatted as NTFS because I want to read it from Windows clients too. Now that the server is uo if I call "fdisk -l" I get back the 320GB hard disk but the system say that is a FAT32.. how possible? And if I try to mount it with a "mount -f vfat/dev/sdb/ /any/path" it say me that …

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