I've installed fusefs-ntfs port today and it broke my FreeBSD 7.0 system. First it rebooted my system twice in attempt to install the port and then after I managed to install it and configuring it reading the /usr/local/share/doc/ntfs-3g/README.FreeBSD file and rebooting it could not mount /usr and it falls into single-user mode asking me to run fsck manually and so I did.
fsck prints tons of output asking me [RECONNECT], [CLEAR] some dirs, etc.. Now I'm without my FreeBSD system.
What could be the problem that it cannot mount /usr ?
I've made a fresh minimal install on my system and after that tried to install the fusefs-ntfs port again and it crashed my system one more time
It printed some output about the crash, but I was not able to write down all of it, but this was the first line of the crash:
Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode
This was the error or something like that followed by some other lines of output.
Does anyone have experienced something like that?
I've found this thread:
It is supposed to fix the problem after I remove these options from my kernel, but in fact I don't even have these options in my custom kernel...
Last edited by daemonFromHeaven; 10th September 2008 at 01:36 PM.
Firstly, A port will not reboot the system to install the port. The port may ask you to reboot in its pkg-message displayed at the end of an install, but it will not do a reboot. If a system reboots while building a port, you have memory (or other hardware) issues. Page faults in known-good code also point to hardware issues.
Get a copy of memtest-86+ and run it for a few hours. (24 hours is considered a reasonable test!)
Installing the fuse-ntfs port could not damage your system. A kernel panic while attempting to use it could, perhaps; The solution would be start the system in single-user mode (or boot from a live cd) and remove the fuse entry from /boot/loader.conf
But this sounds more like hardware than anything else.
The only dumb question is a question not asked.
The only dumb answer is an answer not given.
I read the lists about this problem and should be fix when the kernel options I mentioned are removed, but I as said I don't have these options in my custom kernel.
I think it must be something with the kernel or with the fusefs-ntfs port...
Does anyone of you having a working fusefs-ntfs port compiled it with some extra options and/or have the above kernel options in your kernel config file?
Last edited by daemonFromHeaven; 11th September 2008 at 10:38 AM.
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