Joined: Feb. 2005
||Posted: April 18 2005,02:22
|Quote (Uncle Warthog @ April 14 2005,16:53)|
|Sure, here's what I'm seeing when trying the command mount -t captive-ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1 |
Captive NTFS v1.1.5. Check a new version at: http://www.jankratochvil.net/
Preparing LUFS kernel module... Run /usr/share/lufs/prepmod if problems occur.
lufs modules not loaded: Try running /usr/share/lufs/prepmod to see more. at /usr/bin/captive-lufsd line 180
I already have ntfs.sys and ntoskrnl.exe in /var/lib/captive. If I run the /usr/share/lufs/prepmod script, it runs through all of the pre-compiled lufs.o modules it has available then indicates that it failed to prepare a lufs.o module for Linux kernel 2.4.26 and that no Linux kernel sources were found (not a surprise as I haven't installed any).
What I find is that, after installing captive.dsl, that the /var/lib/captive and /var/lib/lufs directories are created but nothing is placed into /var/lib/lufs. The kernel module /lib/modules/2.4.26.kernel/fs/lufs/lufs.o is a link to /KNOPPIX/lib/modules/2.4.26/kernel/fs/lufs/lufs.o which is a link to /var/lib/lufs/lufs.o, both before and after installing captive.dsl.
Hopefully this helps. I've just tested with DSL 1.0 final and had the same issue. I think all that needs to be done is to grab a copy of the right lufs.o from a Knoppix CD and put it into /var/lib/lufs (I'll see if I can make this work) or else build one from source. Does the captive.dsl contain a lufs.o module and, if not, where did the one you're running with come from?
This seems to be a slight problem with captive and dsl...
For now, just get kernelsource.dsl and then try it...
at some point someone should include a lufs.o in the extension, but right now I don't have time, and I probably won't for about a week.
Also, ntfs.sys and ntoskrnl.exe are copyrighted, right?