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Old 20th January 2014
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Default ntfs-3g: Device not configured

Hello everyone. I spent some time finding how to use OpenBSD for the first time. I come from a Linux environment so I didn't find it very difficult, but ntfs-3g is giving me a headache.
  1. I compiled and intalled libfuse from /usr/src
  2. I compiled and installed ntfs-3g from /usr/ports
  3. I tried to mount the fs: "ntfs-3g /dev/sd0i /mnt/ntfs"
  4. I get "Device not configured". And the device is not mounted.
  5. mounting as RO using the default ntfs module works fine: "mount /dev/sd0i /mnt/ntfs"

I'm using a clean OpenBSD 5.4 install, with 5.4 ports and 5.4 src.
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