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TIP: Getting rid of common errors in chroot mode

In lot of my previous posts, I have mentioned using “chroot” to do different things. However, while you are in chroot, depending upon your actions, you might get see some error messages which are usually non-fatal and will let you do whatever you are trying to do (in general). Although in general it is a […]

HOWTO: Running 32-bit X Windows application on 64-bit system using bind mount in Linux

Purpose: We have already seen how to create a debootstrap system and we also learned how to compile a 32-bit application (like Linux kernel) from within the debootstrap system in Debian Linux. However, what we have learnt so far does not allow us to run graphics (X Window) applications from within the debootstrap system i.e. […]

Review: Mounting Windows on Linux & mounting Linux on Windows over network & locally

Purpose: In past few months I wrote several articles regarding mounting Windows partition over Linux and vice-versa.  I thought it would be helpful to readers to see a summary of all the articles. So if you are looking how to mount windows partition or a network share on Linux or how to mount Linux partition […]

Tip: Mounting LaCie Ethernet Disk on Debian Linux

Recently, I bought a LaCie Ethernet Disk of 1 TB capacity for storing personal files and folders containing music, movies, photos, etc. Accessing the disk on Windows machine was easy and the manual had detailed information on how to use it on a Windows machine. However, I needed to mount it on my Debian Linux. […]

HOWTO: Mount Windows ntfs partition as read-write in Debian Linux

Purpose: We will learn how to mount a Windows NTFS partition as writable (and readable) under Debian Linux. As you must have noticed that under GNOME, Debian mounts your Windows NTFS partition as only “readable” using gnome-volume-manager package. However this is not very useful if you want to copy some data to your Windows partition […]

HOWTO: Access/Mount a Linux ext2/ext3 filesystem from a Windows XP machine over a LAN/Domain network

Purpose: This post will explain how you can mount a Linux filesystem (ext2/etx3) on your Windows XP machine over a network. Note: If you are looking for how to the reverse – Mount a windows share drive on a linux machine over a network then please refer to my previous blog entry. Also this blog […]

HOWTO: Mount a Windows Network Share on Linux using SAMBA/CIFS

Purpose: This post will explain how you can mount a Windows Network Share on to your Linux machine. Note: If you are looking for how to mount a Windows NTFS partition on your local hard drive (as read-write) on to your Linux filesystem this post may not be for you, click here. Example-Setup and Assumptions: […]

  
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